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TikTok removed from Google Play store, App Store after India bans 59 Chinese apps

Indian Express Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
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News video: 'Not shared user information with foreign govts': TikTok India after govt ban

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Hours after the union government's ban, TikTok India released a statement. TikTok was one of the 59 Chinese apps to be blocked by the government on June 29. In its statement, TikTok said that it didn't leak user information to any foreign government. TikTok India head Nikhil Gandhi said the company...

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