Today is the last day for Chinese app companies to reply, otherwise it may be banned forever

new Delhi. Today is the last day for the Chinese tech companies to respond to the government’s notice about the banned Chinese App ban. If companies do not respond by this evening, then these apps can be banned forever. According to sources, about 50 companies have responded to the government notice. The government has formed a committee to review their answers.

In fact, on 8 July, the government sent a notice to 59 Chinese companies. Regarding this, a reply was sought from the companies within 3 weeks. The government had asked more than 70 questions to companies, the last day of July 28 to answer. The government had asked questions on the server data sharing policy of the companies. Also, there were questions on how companies do the processing and storage of data.

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MeiTY constituted a committee headed by the Group Coordinator of the Department of Cyber ​​Law. This committee will review the response of these companies within one to two weeks. If these Chinese tech companies set up servers other than China, then only they are expected to get relief. If the government is not satisfied with their answers and arguments, then those apps can be banned forever.

Banned 47 Chinese Clone Apps
On the other hand, on Monday, the second digital strike on China has banned 47 Chinese apps. The special thing is that these 47 apps were clones of 59 already banned apps, which many users were able to use. The list of 59 apps banned on June 29 included apps like TicTock, Shareite, Kwai, UC Browser, Baidu map, Sheen, Clash of Kings, DU Battery Saver, Hello, Like, UCAM Makeup, Mi Community.

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Even after being banned by the government, 47 of these apps were being run in India by adopting the cloning route. Talking about TikTok from these apps, it was present as ‘TikTok Lite’, CamScanner ‘Camscanner Advance’, Helo Lite, Shareit Lite, Bigo LIVE lite, VFY lite, which Indian users were currently using. However, after this step of the government, these apps have completely stopped.


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