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Govt may reach out to Apple, Google if delisting of apps is not voluntary

TikTok, the short video app- backed by Beijing-headquartered firm Bytedance, has more than 100 million active users on the platform in India

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Chinese army | Indian army in Ladakh | phone apps

Peerzada Abrar & Sai Ishwar  |  Bengaluru 



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The government banned the Chinese apps by invoking 69A of the IT Act, 2000 and the relevant provisions of the Information Technology Rules 2009

The 59 Chinese apps banned by India, including TikTok, might be asked to voluntarily delist from app stores. Experts also said the government would likely direct Google and Apple to remove these apps from their platforms.

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First Published: Tue, June 30 2020. 20:19 IST

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