TikTok No Longer Accessible in India Now, TikTok app completely closed in India

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TikTok has stopped working in India. On the night of June 29, the Indian government had decided to ban 59 apps including TikTok. After this, the popular TikTok apps have also been removed from the listing of Google Play and App Store. However, the users whose phones already had this app, this app was working in their phones even after it was banned. But now TikTok has stopped working on all devices, including the desktop website. On opening the app, users see a popup notice, in which users are informed about the app ban.

Now when opening the TikTok App, a network error is visible, along with which a notice has been given. The notice reads, (translation) “Dear user, we are in the process of complying with the Government of India’s directive to block 59 apps. Ensuring the privacy and security of all our users in India is our top priority.” Now even new recommended videos are not loading in this app, instead of which a network error is coming. It is believed that this block has been done by the company itself. This notification was also sent to app users as a push notification.

Not only the app, but if you open TikTok on desktop too, the entire website will appear blank. Only a note has been left for users. The note read, (translation) “Dear Users, The Government of India has banned 59 apps, including TikTok, on June 29. We are in the process of complying with the instructions of the Government of India and the Government “We are working with the United States to better understand this issue and find a course of action.”

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TikTok India chief Nikhil Gandhi has also confirmed that the process of implementing the ban order is currently underway. Company representatives will hold a meeting with government officials to discuss and offer clarification on the matter. Although, sources According to Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, there is no meeting lined up with the representatives of the banned apps.

The ByteDance-owned short video app has claimed that user privacy and security are of primary importance to them and there is no compromise with user data. Not even if the Chinese government makes any request in this regard.

Apart from TikTok, the Indian government has banned 58 Chinese apps, which include many apps like ShareIt, UC Browser, Shein, Club Factory, Clash of Kings, Helo, Mi Community, CamScanner, ES File Explorer, VMate. The government claims that all these apps were involved in such activities, which can pose a threat to the sovereignty and integrity of the country, security of the country and public order etc.



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