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Chinese app ban: Govt sends 70 questions to concerned firms, gives 3 weeks to respond

The response of the firms will be evaluated by a high-level panel and any discrepency may lead to a permeant ban.

Indian Army decides to ban 89 apps for its personnel: Here are the details

Other than Chinese apps there are other few apps like Facebook, Instagram, etc which the Indian Army has also banned for its personnel

After praising India’s TikTok ban, Mike Pompeo says the USA may also ban Chinese social media apps

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has stated that his country is also exploring options to ban Chinese apps, including TikTok that threat data security.

After India banned them over privacy concerns, TikTok claims it will pull out of Hong Kong due to ‘new Chinese law’

TikTok has claimed it will pull out of Hong Kong as sharing user data is against its policy.

After senior lawyers refuse to defend TikTok in SC, the company says they have no plan to pursue legal action against Indian govt

TikTok denies media reports they will approach Supreme Court challenging Indian govt's decision to ban them

TikTok banned – The process of banning apps and why is it not the end of the road for users making money on the...

How ban on apps is imposed on the internet and why ban on TikTok is not the end of the career of people who made money making videos

India’s TikTok ban may have caused losses worth 6 billion USD to Chinese parent company ByteDance, says China’s mouthpiece Global Times

India's Chinese app ban may result in losses worth $6 billion for TikTok's parent company ByteDance.

Following India’s ban on Chinese apps, VPN services offering access to banned apps start promotion on social media

Dubious VPN services offering to provide access to Chinese apps banned by India govt have surfaced on the Internet

After former attorney general refuses to represent TikTok in SC, Congress leader and former TikTok lawyer Abhishek Manu Singhvi also backs out

The Congress leader confirmed that he had represented the Chinese app TikTok a year ago and won on their behalf

Former attorney general Mukul Rohatgi refuses to represent Chinese video-sharing app TikTok in Supreme Court

Mukul Rohatgi said that he doesn’t want to represent Chinese app TikTok against the Government of India.

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