India  

'Not shared user information with foreign govts': TikTok India after govt ban

Video Credit: HT Digital Content - Duration: 02:05s - Published
'Not shared user information with foreign govts': TikTok India after govt ban

'Not shared user information with foreign govts': TikTok India after govt ban

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 is set to meet government's stakeholders.

The banned apps have been removed from Google Play Store and Apple App Store for India.

The apps banned by govt include Club Factory, SHAREit, CamScanner, Helo, etc.

The government's ban order came against the backdrop of India, China border tension.

0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 

Related news from verified sources

TikTok India invited to submit 'clarifications', company says no user information was shared with 'any foreign govt'

The popular short video-sharing platform said that it "continued to comply with data privacy and...
DNA - Published



Tweets about this


Related videos from verified sources

Mike Pompeo backs India’s ban on Chinese apps, says move will ‘boost integrity’ [Video]

Mike Pompeo backs India’s ban on Chinese apps, says move will ‘boost integrity’

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo applauded India’s ban on Chinese apps including TikTok. Pompeo said New Delhi was ensuring its own security. “We welcome India’s ban on certain mobile apps”..

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 01:34Published
India can do digital strike for safety of citizens: RS Prasad [Video]

India can do digital strike for safety of citizens: RS Prasad

While addressing the 'Jan Sampark Abhiyan' via video conferencing on July 02, the Electronics and Information Technology Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad spoke on ban on 59 Chinese apps. He said, "For..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:25Published
‘Dependence on foreign apps must stop’: RS Prasad on Chinese apps ban [Video]

‘Dependence on foreign apps must stop’: RS Prasad on Chinese apps ban

Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said the ban on Chinese apps is a great opportunity for India to develop its own apps. Prasad said the dependence on foreign apps must stop. This comes after the..

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 02:31Published