TikTok statement on rumors about legal action against government. Will TikTok knock the court door after the ban? Here is the company's statement

TikTok statement on rumors about legal action against government. Will TikTok knock the court door after the ban? Here is the company’s statement

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new Delhi. The Indian government has banned 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok. Meanwhile, some people are posting such posts on social media claiming that TikTok is considering legal action against this ban. However Ticketock has completely rejected all such reports. Ticktock has said that we are not thinking of anything like this. We are committed to working with the government to address this concern. We comply with the laws and regulation of the Government of India, ensuring and ensuring the data sovereignty, security and privacy of our users has always been a top priority for us.

Let us tell you that the government has banned 59 different types of mobile apps, calling them prejudicial to the sovereignty, integrity and national security of the country. The IT ministry said in an official statement released on Monday 29 June that it had received several complaints from various sources, including several reports about the misuse of some mobile apps available on Android and iOS platforms.

These reports state that these apps “steal users’ data and send them unauthorized to servers located outside India.” The statement said, “by elements hostile to India’s national security The compilation, investigation and profiling of these data, ultimately based on India’s sovereignty and integrity, is a matter of great concern, which requires emergency measures. ”

The Indian Cyber ​​Crime Coordination Center under the Ministry of Home Affairs also recommended a comprehensive ban on these malicious apps. “Based on these and recently on receiving reliable information that such apps are a threat to the sovereignty and integrity of India, the Government of India has approved some apps used in mobile and non-mobile Internet enabled devices,” the statement said. It has been decided to discontinue the use of. “The statement said that this step will” protect the interests of crores of Indian mobile and Internet users. This decision is a step towards ensuring the security and sovereignty of Indian cyberspace. ”

With inputs from Bhasha

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