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

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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