TikToK की भारत में वापसी! भारतीय कंपनी बन सकती है मालिक

TikTok भारत में बैन है और अब ताज़ा रिपोर्ट कहती है कि चीनी ऐप डेवलपर ByteDance अपने इस शॉर्ट वीडियो शेयरिंग प्लेटफॉर्म के इंडिया ऑपरेशन को InMobi Glance कंपनी को बेच सकती है। बता दें कि सिंतबर 2020 में ऐप पर प्रतिबंध (TikTok Ban) लगाए जाने के बाद हाल ही में भारत सरकार ने TikTok को स्थाई रूप से बैन कर दिया था। संभावना है कि इस स्थाई बैन के फैसले ने ही ByteDance को यह योजना बनाने में मजबूर किया हो।  Bloomberg की ताज़ा रिपोर्ट में दावा किया गया…

TikTok भारत में 58 ऐप्स के साथ परमानेंट बैन!

TikTok (टिकटॉक), WeChat (वीचैट) समेत 59 चाइनीज कंपनियों को भारत में  परमानेंट बैन कर दिया गया है। मिनिस्ट्री ऑफ इलेक्ट्रॉनिक्स एंड इंफॉर्मेशन टेक्नोलॉजी (MeitY) ने पिछले साल इन ऐप्स पर बैन लगाया था। इन ऐप्स को जून 2020 में भारत में बैन किया गया था। अब रिपोर्ट के मुताबिक यह कहा जा रहा रहा है कि इन ऐप्स पर यह बैन परमानेंट हो गया है। इससे पहले सूत्रों ने Gadgets 360 को बताया था कि सरकार ने बैन के बाद उन सभी ऐप्स कंपनियों से प्रतिक्रिया मांगी थी, कि वह जो डाटा यूजर्स…

China won’t accept Trump’s smash and grab against TikTok, as per state-owned newspaper | Digit

After getting banned in India, TikTok is now on the verge of losing its US market. President Donald Trump has warned of banning the short video app in the US on September 15 if it doesn’t sell the US business to an American company. Microsoft also showed interest in acquiring TikTok’s operation and CEO Satya Nadela is in the conversation for the deal. Under the proposed agreement, Microsoft said it would take over TikTok’s operations in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.  The US President later said that he made…

Is TikTok in danger of being banned in Japan as well? | Digit

Short video making app TikTok has become the most controversial applications of all time. Adding to its unending spree of controversies, now, a group of Japan lawmakers have their eyes on TikTok and other apps developed by Chinese firms. The steps are taken soon after Indian government blocked some Chinese apps, and the U.S. is considering doing the same. While India has already banned 59 Chinese apps and 47 of their clones, the government is reportedly considering a list of 275 more apps that it may ban in future. A Japanese…

The 59 banned apps may have to hand over details about data collection and location of data centres to Indian government | Digit

The banned apps of Chinese origin have been asked to furnish details about their data collection practices, location of operational centers and more to the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), according to a report by Hindustan Times. The Government of India banned TikTok, Shareit and 57 other apps at a time when border tensions between India and China are at an all-time high. The report states that a questionnaire seeking the details was sent by the ministry to the parent companies of the apps, as a follow-up to…

The US is looking to ban TikTok as the app pulls out of Hong Kong | Digit

TikTok might face stand to lose yet another country after the Indian government banned the app along with 58 other Chinese apps on grounds of engaging in activities prejudicial to the sovereignty and integrity of India. The app was also found to be copying contents of the clipboard which was discovered via the new iOS 14 update on Apple devices. In March, researchers discovered some troubling vulnerabilities in the TikTok app which includes reading text stored in the clipboard which is used by computers to store data that are copied…

TikTok chief denies allegations on its alliance with the Chinese Government in its recent letter to the Indian Government after its ban. The letter was sent ahead of a likely meeting with government officials. | Digit

The recently banned short video app and social network TikTok reportedly found to be distancing itself from China in their latest letter to the Indian Government. The ban on 59 applications was ordered in response to the ongoing military tensions between the two countries at the borders. As seen by Reuters, in its recent letter dated June 28 to the Indian Government, TikTok Chief Executive, Kevin Mayer, said the Chinese Government has never requested user data, nor would the company turn it over if asked.  TikTok is highly prevalent in India, as its…