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India bans Free Fire and 53 other apps linked to China

India has banned over 300 apps over similar concerns since mid-2020. What you need to know The Indian government has banned 54 more apps of Chinese origin. Some of the newly banned apps include Garena's Free Fire, Tencent's Xriver, AppLock, and Astracraft. Many of these apps are rebadged versions of apps that were banned by India in 2020. India on February 14 banned Garena's Free Fire: Illuminate and 53 more apps of Chinese origin that apparently pose a threat to the country's national security. 54 Chinese Apps banned by Indian Government including Tencent owned apps and Beauty Camera Selfie App Full List of 54 Chinese Apps courtesy @MajorPoonia #54ChineseApps #ChineseApps— Bar & Bench (@barandbench) February 14, 2022 Free Fire is among the most popular Android games in the world currently. The game is owned by Singapore-based Sea Ltd., which is backed by China's Tencent. Last month, the WeChat creator cut its stake in Sea from 21.3% to 18.7...

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