News18's Public Sentimeter: Indians Support Govt's Decision to Ban Chinese Apps

India | News18 | July 2, 2020, 9:51 pm
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 A nation-wide mega survey conducted by News18 revealed that almost 90% of the respondents support the Centre's ban on 59 Chinese apps. Further, 86.8% of the respondents voted in favour of the ban being extended. The survey concluded that 77.5% of the respondents believed the Chinese apps were spying and stealing their data. Moreover, 57.1% said the ban should not be lifted even if they agree to comply with Indian regulations. Amid border tensions with China, the Indian government banned 59 mobile apps including TikTok, UC Browser and other apps
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A nation-wide mega survey conducted by News18 revealed that almost 90% of the respondents support the Centre's ban on 59 Chinese apps. Further, 86.8% of the respondents voted in favour of the ban being extended. The survey concluded that 77.5% of the respondents believed the Chinese apps were spying and stealing their data. Moreover, 57.1% said the ban should not be lifted even if they agree to comply with Indian regulations. Amid border tensions with China, the Indian government banned 59 mobile apps including TikTok, UC Browser and other apps "prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity and defence" of the country. (Image: Network18 Graphics)

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  • First Published: July 2, 2020, 8:48 pm

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