Members of the City Youth Organisation hold posters with the logos of Chinese apps in support of the Indian government for banning the wildly popular video-sharing app TikTok, in Hyderabad on June 30, 2020. Photo: AFP. Members of the City Youth Organisation hold posters with the logos of Chinese apps in support of the Indian government for banning the wildly popular video-sharing app TikTok, in Hyderabad on June 30, 2020. Photo: AFP.
Members of the City Youth Organisation hold posters with the logos of Chinese apps in support of the Indian government for banning the wildly popular video-sharing app TikTok, in Hyderabad on June 30, 2020. Photo: AFP.
Apps

More Chinese apps removed from India’s app store, including Baidu search, amid ongoing border dispute backlash

  • India has announced its intention to ban around 59 Chinese apps
  • India backlash has threatened to open another front in China’s tech war with the US

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Members of the City Youth Organisation hold posters with the logos of Chinese apps in support of the Indian government for banning the wildly popular video-sharing app TikTok, in Hyderabad on June 30, 2020. Photo: AFP. Members of the City Youth Organisation hold posters with the logos of Chinese apps in support of the Indian government for banning the wildly popular video-sharing app TikTok, in Hyderabad on June 30, 2020. Photo: AFP.
Members of the City Youth Organisation hold posters with the logos of Chinese apps in support of the Indian government for banning the wildly popular video-sharing app TikTok, in Hyderabad on June 30, 2020. Photo: AFP.
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