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Big News / After banning Chinese apps, butchers can now be slaughtered on mobile phones: OPPO and VIVO will feel the pinch

Big News / After banning Chinese apps, butchers can now be slaughtered on mobile phones: OPPO and VIVO will feel the pinch


Big News / After banning Chinese apps, butchers can now be slaughtered on mobile phones: OPPO and VIVO will feel the pinch

Chinese mobile handsets can also be banned after Chinese apps from the government.
Chinese mobile handsets can also be banned after Chinese apps from the government.  According to sources, the Digital Communications Commission may give green signal to data privacy and security recommendations at its meeting on September 19. 
Amid tensions on the border between China and India, if mobile apps are also banned after Chinese apps, China will suffer a major setback.  China's mobile industry will be hit by a tsunami.  India is the largest market for Chinese mobile companies.  India's ban on Chinese apps has had a major impact on game companies, including Tiktok, Hello and Pubji.
Mobiles like Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi will no longer be available in India.
At present, the Modi government wants to resolve this tension peacefully, but China is increasing its military presence on the border.  Amid tensions, sources say India will not back down from banning mobile companies.
Companies will have to take data security
According to TRAI's recommendations, handset companies have to take responsibility for the security of customer data. 
TRAI recommended this in 2018.  TRAI recommended data privacy, security, ownership.  The ICA opposed TRAI's recommendations.  The recommendation said that consumer data must be protected by apps, operating systems, mobile handsets.  Companies will have to set up their servers in India.  Chinese handsets account for 74% of India's market.
No regulation on Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp
Meanwhile, TRAI has said about OTT apps like Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp that there is no need for guidelines for their regulation.  However, they have been urged to monitor these applications.  So that it can be regulated when needed.  Trai says it would not be appropriate to regulate them.  The market controls them.
If TRAI controls them it will have a bad effect on the industry.  "We need to monitor, not regulate," TRAI said.  Action should be taken against these applications only when the need arises.  Apart from this the privacy, security of OTT apps need not be compromised.

Earlier, the Indian government had banned 59 Chinese applications in mobile and non-mobile digital platforms.  This is a kind of digital strike on China. The banned app also includes Tiktok, Vichet, Xander, Hello, UC Browser, etc., which are widely used in India.  In this too, Tiktok has gained extraordinary popularity in India.  The decision was taken under Section 69-A of the Union Ministry of Information Technology.

India has already carried out digital strikes
Earlier, the Ministry of IT and Electronics had banned 59 popular Chinese apps in India.  These included major apps like TickTalk, Hello, WeChat, UC News.  The government has again banned 118 new applications on the instructions of the central government.  The Chinese app is controlled under Section 69A of the Technical Chapter. 
 The Electronics and Proposed Ministries indicate that it has received numerous complaints from unreliable sources of AIPS.  These include the misuse of some mobile apps available on Android and iOS platforms for theft, unlimited users in users' data, etc.

Significantly, tensions between India and China have been simmering since the beginning of May over the LAC in Ladakh.  
Tensions escalated in mid-June when violent clashes broke out in the Galvan Valley between troops from both countries.  Twenty Indian soldiers were killed in the clashes, while many Chinese soldiers were also killed.  At the same time, again last month, Chinese troops carried out provocative actions.  India has again banned 118 applications in response to China's recent escalation of tensions.

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