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Entertainment India bans TikTok and deprives 120 million users of the

18:50  30 june  2020
18:50  30 june  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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  L’Inde interdit TikTok et prive 120 millions d’utilisateurs fans de l’application application © Copyright 2020, The Observations

A hard blow for TikTok who sees its biggest international market moving away… And for 120 million users Indians . India banned 59 Chinese apps on Monday, June 30, including the popular TikTok , for national security and privacy concerns. This announcement comes in an already very tense context between China and India, following an deadly confrontation on the Himalayan border between the two nuclear powers.

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users "The Indian government has decided not to allow the use of certain apps. The move is aimed at ensuring the security and sovereignty of Indian cyberspace, "said the Ministry of Information Technology in a statement.

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Before explaining that these applications “engage in activities (…) prejudicial to the sovereignty and integrity of India, the defense of India, the security of the State and the 'public order ".

Indians represent a third of users

According to the press release, this measure was taken after the filing with the ministry of several complaints for alleged theft of data and breaches of the rules on respect for privacy.

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—TikTok_IN (@TikTok India)

For its part, the Indian branch of the giant TikTok defended itself on Tuesday, June 30, for having communicated data on Indian users. "TikTok continues to respect the security and privacy of data under Indian law and has not shared any information about our users in India with foreign governments, including the Chinese government," said a statement. on Twitter.

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"TikTok has democratized the internet by being accessible in 14 Indian languages, with hundreds of millions of users, artists, storytellers, educators and performers who depend on it for a living" regretted l 'application.

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According to Sensor Tower, Indians constitute a third of the world's users of the video platform.

WeChat and Weibo also banned

This ban also concerns the Weibo app, the Chinese equivalent of Twitter, WeChat, the giants of online fast fashion Shein and Romwe and the game Clash of Kings. The date of implementation of this ban was not clear at the time of the announcement.

Indeed, this Tuesday June 30 in the morning, AFP journalists in India could still access the TikTok application in particular. The social network said it was "taking steps to comply" with the blocking order.

BIG BREAKING: Indian Govt bans 59 Chinese apps, including Tik-Tok. Full list: https://t.co/QR1dpRPln5

—ShivAroor (@Shiv Aroor)

The Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday that it was "very concerned" about the announcement and said it was monitoring the situation closely. TikTok had already been banned in April 2019 by the Indian government which accused it of encouraging pedophilia and pornography, before being rehabilitated, as the newspaper "Les Echos" recalls.

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