58 Chinese Apps including Tiktok is Being Banned now in India And USA


Chinese apps including Tiktok is banned now in India and USA:- The gigantic Chinese social media company has experienced phenomenal growth in the past three years. It has been downloaded more than two billion times.

But across the world, and not just in the United States, TikTok faces a backlash. It’s hard to discover that being international, a tech company and Chinese is not a good combination right now.

58 Chinese Apps including Tiktok is Banned now in India And USA

The largest market, India, banned TikTok along with 58 other Chinese apps last week. Officially, security concerns have been given as the reason, but that’s not the whole story. Two weeks earlier, 20 Indian soldiers died in a border skirmish on China’s northern border with China.

It is not known how many Chinese troops were killed. Thousands of kilometers away, Pompeo welcomed India’s decision to ban apps. The United States government congratulated TikTok for banning another country.


Much of this may be related to Huawei, says James Sullivan, director of cyber research at Rusi, the UK’s security think tank. “Huawei is the test case,” he says.

The fighting two weeks ago on the controversial border between the world’s two most populous countries killed 20 Indian soldiers and an unknown number of Chinese victims. While India has promised revenge, it lags far behind China in terms of military and economic power and leaves it with few options.

However, Chinese telecom and social media companies have long been watching over the huge Indian market and its enormous potential. About 50 percent of the 1.3 billion Indian citizens are online.


In addition to TikTok, the popular social media platform for video sharing, blocked apps include WeChat, UC Browser, Shareit, and Baidu Map.

The main reason behind the case of India and USA TikTok being banned

TikTok company extremely becomes nervous and explains its vigorous and careful attempts to distance himself from China. On Monday, TikTok announced that it would leave Hong Kong “within a few days” for a new national security law.

The announcement came after Twitter, Facebook and WhatsApp announced that they would not share any data with the Hong Kong government.

However, this was more than a TikTok statement: it was a great gesture. A clear neon sign that says, “TikTok is not close to the Chinese government.” TikTok has been following this strategy for some time. An American CEO, Kevin Mayer, was hired earlier this year.

TikTok is also interested in using the platform’s location and highlighting its large offices in places like London and Los Angeles. Mayer wrote a letter to the Indian government on Friday. “If we ever receive such a request in the future, we would not honor it.”

But he did not convince the skeptics. “TikTok has to go and should have gone yesterday,” Republican congressman tweeted last week after the Indian ban. This is not an unusual sight at the party. But they are involved in global geopolitical rivalries.”


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The sharks are already circling. Facebook is expanding its Instagram role-playing feature to allow it to post 15-second videos in India and elsewhere.  Indian companies with TikTok-like platforms have seen an increase in downloads since the ban.

TikTok is not a Huawei. It does not build a 5G infrastructure, it is a social media company. However, due to their ties to China, they are often mentioned all at once.

In his Fox News interview, Pompeo made a direct comparison between TikTok and Huawei. “. Rusi James Sullivan believes that security concerns should be seen separately from sanctions in China.

Trump released a tweet on Monday saying that China had done immense harm to the U.S. and the rest of the world. In fact, in his tweets, he regularly refers to the corona virus as the “China virus,” although he was hit for it.

Like Trump, Pompeo is not a fan of China or the Chinese Communist Party. During his interview, Pompeo said the United States was considering the prohibition route.

That’s the TikTok ban from India in a nutshell. A decision that is officially based on security and should also punish China. It’s also pretty clear that the US also wants to harm China, and focusing on the tech sector could be a lever they want to pull.

Chinese companies like Tencent, one of the world’s largest gaming companies, and Alibaba will also be affected. But it is TikTok who is now fighting for his life. In its largest frozen market, India, there is now a chance of losing the United States, another important market for the company.

Hostility is also increasing in other countries. In Australia, the vice president for foreign interference said Monday through an investigation on social media that TikTok could be “a data collection service disguised as social media.”

We have never provided user data to the Chinese government, and we would not do so if asked to do so.” TikTok can be fun and giggling, but there are politicians who take the app ban very seriously.

As long as the relationship between China and the West freezes, this is unlikely to change. The app, which is not available in China, has tried to distance itself from its Chinese roots to appeal to a global audience and has emphasized its independence from China.

Pompeo’s comments are also reflected in mounting tensions between the United States and China over the treatment of the coronavirus outbreak, China’s actions in Hong Kong, and a nearly two-year trade war.


Meanwhile, the short video-sharing platform announced that it will leave the Hong Kong market in a few days, as other technology companies, including Facebook Inc, stopped processing government requests for user data in the region.

ByteDance’s China TikTok made the decision to leave the region after China introduced a new comprehensive national security law for the semi-autonomous city. The company, now headed by Kevin Mayer, the former CEO of Walt Disney Co, has said in the past that the app’s user data is not stored in China.

Last week, India banned 59 mobile apps, mostly Chinese, including TikTok and Tencent’s WeChat. The move may have affected big Chinese companies’ expansion plans for the South Asian market.


Jitendra Sahayogee

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