Members of the organisation Working Journalists of India hold placards urging citizens to remove Chinese apps and stop using Chinese products during a demonstration in New Delhi on June 30. Photo: Agence France-Presse Members of the organisation Working Journalists of India hold placards urging citizens to remove Chinese apps and stop using Chinese products during a demonstration in New Delhi on June 30. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Members of the organisation Working Journalists of India hold placards urging citizens to remove Chinese apps and stop using Chinese products during a demonstration in New Delhi on June 30. Photo: Agence France-Presse

India’s TikTok ban threatens China’s rise as a global tech power

  • The ban may present a model for other countries that seek to curtail the pervasiveness of Chinese apps, while safeguarding their citizens’ data
  • It remains unclear how India will enforce the ban, given TikTok – for one – has already been downloaded by roughly one in six people in the country

Topic |   China technology
Members of the organisation Working Journalists of India hold placards urging citizens to remove Chinese apps and stop using Chinese products during a demonstration in New Delhi on June 30. Photo: Agence France-Presse Members of the organisation Working Journalists of India hold placards urging citizens to remove Chinese apps and stop using Chinese products during a demonstration in New Delhi on June 30. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Members of the organisation Working Journalists of India hold placards urging citizens to remove Chinese apps and stop using Chinese products during a demonstration in New Delhi on June 30. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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