DoT warns operators of action if banned Chinese apps are not deleted

The order came after the government this week banned several Chinese apps including ByteDance’s TikTok, Alibaba’s UC News and Tencent’s WeChat citing “threat to sovereignty and integrity.

Current Affairs : The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has requested telcos and other internet services to stop access to 59 restricted Chinese-birthplace applications, as indicated by sees seen by Reuters, increasing endeavors to take action against such organizations following an outskirt conflict between the countries.

Speck said web administrators should “quickly square” access to such applications and their sites, cautioning of lawful activity in the event that they neglect to do as such, as per sees gave late on Tuesday.

The request came after the administration this week prohibited a few Chinese applications including ByteDance’s TikTok, Alibaba’s UC News and Tencent’s WeChat refering to “danger to power and respectability.

The legislature has independently contacted Google and Apple officially and requested that they expel the applications from their application stores with the goal that new downloads can be confined, two sources told Reuters.

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