The Indian government last month banned 59 Chinese apps including TikTok in India. The reason given was that the banned apps share the data of Indian users with China. However, even after banning 59 apps, the matter has not stopped. According to reports, now the Indian government has once again banned 47 Chinese apps in India. It is being told in media reports that these apps were clones of previously banned apps, due to which now the government has also taken action on these apps. At present, the names of these 47 apps have not been revealed and no official statement has been issued by the Government of India. It is expected that soon the government can make the information public by issuing a notification in this regard.

As we mentioned, the matter of app ban is not going to stop here. Soon after the 47 apps ban, the government is preparing to tighten the noose on other Chinese apps as well. The list of these apps includes many popular apps and games. of The Economic Times Report As per reports, the government is eyeing 275 Chinese apps, which are being investigated for violations of national security and user privacy. The popular game PUBG is also included in the list of these apps.

According to the report, the apps being reviewed have been accused of sharing the data of Indian users with China. Now it is being investigated and on the basis of this review, the next list will be prepared.

It is worth noting that at the end of June last month, the Government of India has banned 58 Chinese apps in India apart from TikTok. ban Which included many apps like ShareIt, UC Browser, Shein, Club Factory, Clash of Kings, Helo, Mi Community, CamScanner, ES File Explorer, VMate. The government claimed that all these apps were involved in such activities, which could threaten the sovereignty and integrity of the country, security of the country, security of the state and public order etc. While the government had banned 59 apps due to data security and user privacy, it is now believed that other banned apps will also be announced by the end of July.

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