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TikTok India says it will comply with govt order

CRN Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
Read Article TikTok has responded to the Indian government’s decision to ban the platform and 58 other Chinese apps. Nikhil Gandhi, Head of TikTok India, said that the company had been invited to meet the government stakeholders to respond and submit clarifications. He further said that TikTok places the highest importance on user privacy and […]

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