India strikes for the 2nd time on Chinese mobile apps


India has banned 47 apps belonging to China. The decision was taken after monitoring those apps, which were known to be acting as clones of the 59 apps that were banned earlier by the government. The 47 apps that were banned include Tiktok Lite, Helo Lite, SHAREit Lite etc. This decision came within a month of banning 59 apps, which were known to have engaged in activities which are prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India. The government first striked on those apps on June 29, amid border disputes between India and China.

These apps were known to have been involved in the activities of stealing and transmitting users data to servers which are located outside India ( mainly to China). The Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology ordered those companies, that if those apps that were banned are in operation either directly or indirectly in the Indian market, they will be considered to violate the orders and will be subject to action under Information Technology Act and other applicable Acts.

The Government is now involved in the activities of monitoring and inspecting other apps which are available in the Indian market. If any app is found to violate the IT Act they will be banned in India. One among those apps which is being closely monitored is PUBG. 

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