Nearly 275 Chinese apps including PUBG may be banned in India, government is investigating

The government has made a list of 275 applications of China.

The government is currently checking that these 275 apps are not posing a threat to national security and user privacy in any way.

After 59 Chinese apps banned in India, the government is now preparing to ban some other 275 apps in China. The government is checking that these apps are not posing a threat to national security and user privacy in any way. According to sources, efforts are being made to stop the companies whose servers are in China first.

According to sources, these 275 apps also include the gaming app PUBG, which is part of China’s valuable Internet Tencent. It also includes Xiaomi-made Zili app, e-commerce Alibaba’s Aliexpress app, Resso app and Bytedance’s ULike app. A person associated with this development said that the government can ban all these 275 apps, or some of these apps. However, if no flaw is found then no app will be banned.

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An official source associated with this development said that China’s apps are constantly being reviewed and efforts are also being made to find out where they are getting funding from. According to the official, it has been found that some apps are dangerous for national security. Also, some apps are violating data sharing and privacy rules.

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Government is preparing to make rules
According to the report, the Indian government is now making rules for apps, which all have to meet, and if it does not, then there will be a risk of getting banned on those apps. A senior official said that this is a big plan of the government, so that cyber security can be strengthened and the data of Indian citizens can be secured. In these rules and guidelines, an app will be told what to do and what not to do.

A few days ago, the Modi government banned 59 Chinese apps, including the most popular tiktok. Apart from this, he also had UCWeb and UC News of Alibaba. Also, popular apps like Share it and CamScanner were also present in it.

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