The move came as the IT Ministry said that it had "received many complaints from various sources, including several reports about misuse of some mobile apps… for stealing and surreptitiously transmitting users’ data in an unauthorised manner to servers located outside India." … [Read more...] about Our hard-work enabled millions of Indians to express joy, creativity: TikTok CEO tells employees after India bans 59 Chinese apps
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TikTok's parent company may lose $6 billion following India's ban on Chinese apps: Report Silicon Valley wants the US to follow India in banning Chinese app TikTok: Expert Ban on Chinese apps provides opportunities to US, Indian starts-ups: US-India business advocacy group … [Read more...] about TikTok vanishes from Google Play Store and Apple App Store after Government bans 59 Chinese apps in India
A ban on Chinese tech firms will severely impact and may even lead to direct losses to the Indian consumers. And will undoubtedly do more bad than good. Unlike China, Indian tech does not have a strong presence in global markets. So the move will not trigger a chain effect. Many Southeast Asian countries have shown a welcome attitude toward Chinese investments. … [Read more...] about Will India’s ban on Chinese apps impact Chinese tech firms globally?
However this is not the first time Tiktok has been banned. It was suspended for a short period in April 2019 due to concerns over inappropriate content available and hence "dangerous for children". The ban was released later by the Madras High court. … [Read more...] about 59 Chinese apps banned: Tiktok India says will clarify to government over data security and privacy concerns