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India to consider fresh responses from TikTok

India will consider fresh responses from TikTok if it seeks to re-engage with the government over its ban in the country, a senior official said, after the popular Chinese short-video platform agreed to sell some stake to Oracle and Walmart in the United States.
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21 Sep 2020 2 Mins Read 0 comment
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Bengaluru | New Delhi: India will consider fresh responses from TikTok if it seeks to re-engage with the government over its ban in the country, a senior official said, after the popular Chinese short-video platform agreed to sell some stake to Oracle and Walmart in the United States to assuage concerns over data sharing with China. The alliance, approved by
is little clarity on when the app will be reinstated in India. “Many of the banned apps are looking at partnering with Indian companies and relaunching their apps with different names. This way, the operations and the data will remain with the Indian company while the parent can earn some money,” said a lawyer who represents many banned Chinese apps.
Bengaluru | New Delhi: India will consider fresh responses from TikTok if it seeks to re-engage with the government over its ban in the country, a senior official said, after the popular Chinese short-video platform agreed to sell some stake to Oracle and Walmart in the United States to assuage concerns over data sharing with China. The alliance, approved by is little clarity on when the app will be reinstated in India. “Many of the banned apps are looking at partnering with Indian companies and relaunching their apps with different names. This way, the operations and the data will remain with the Indian company while the parent can earn some money,” said a lawyer who represents many banned Chinese apps.

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