The government said that for the last few days, concerns were being expressed about the privacy and security of data of 130 crore Indians.
It was said in the complaints that the data is being misused through some Chinese apps on Android and iOS.
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New Delhi. The government banned 59 apps from China on Monday. This list includes apps like Tick Talk, UC Browser, Hello and Share It. The government said that the servers of these Chinese apps exist outside India. Through them, users' data was being stolen. They also threatened the security and unity of the country. For this reason, it was decided to ban them.
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The government has banned these Chinese apps under section 69A of the Information Technology Act. According to the government, the activities that these apps are involved in, threaten India's security, sovereignty and unity.
For the last few days, concerns were being raised about the privacy and security of data of 130 crore Indians. It was said that sovereignty and unity are threatened by these apps.
In the complaints received by the Ministry of Information, it was said that some mobile apps on Android and iOS platforms are being misused. These apps were secretly and illegally stealing user data and sending it to servers outside India.
It is a matter of concern for India's security and defense that the data collected in this way reach the enemies. It is a threat to the unity and sovereignty of India. This is a matter of deep concern and it was necessary to take immediate steps.
The Indian Cybercrime Coordination Center, Ministry of Home Affairs, was also sent a recommendation to immediately ban such dangerous apps. People had also expressed concerns about some apps and their misuse. The Computer Emergency Response Team also received complaints of data theft and privacy threats.
Concerns were raised about such apps inside and outside Parliament. The people of India were also constantly demanding action against these apps, because they threaten the sovereignty of the country and the privacy of the citizens.
Based on all these complaints and reliable information, we came to know that these apps are a threat to the unity and sovereignty of the country. The government has decided to ban the use of these apps on mobile and Internet-powered devices. This decision has been taken for the security and sovereignty of Indian cyberspace.
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