India on Monday blocked dozens of Chinese apps, including the popular viral video app TikTok, citing concerns about national security and privacy of user data. In total, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology listed 59 mobile apps that it said posed a security threat. The move follows major clashes between India and China earlier this month along a disputed border shared between the two countries. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.
India on Monday blocked dozens of Chinese apps, including the popular viral video app TikTok, in order to “ensure safety and sovereignty of Indian
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