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China built a global wall, India did this
China built a global wall, India did this

Relations between the two countries have deteriorated since the dispute between India-China troops in the Galwan Valley. After the deteriorating situation on the border, the top officials of the army of both the countries are negotiating to settle it, but even a general consensus has not been reached. After this incident of China, there was outrage in the whole of India, after which 59 apps of China were banned by the Indian government, now no Chinese app can be used in India. Announcing the ban on these apps, the government said that these apps are secretly transmitting data of users using it to servers outside India. This decision by India has put many of China's major technology companies in trouble, including major companies such as Alibaba, Tencent and Baidu.

It is not at all that this step has been taken by India. Because China has already banned all kinds of apps from other countries, China has already raised the wall of the digital world. Those apps cannot be used in China. Which are not from China. The rest of the country was now following the steps of China. Now the rest of the country are following the same steps and restricting the applications outside the country. Which is creating a situation of crisis for China.

In this way, the wall of the digital age is constantly rising in countries around the world. Now it is hardly possible for anyone to go beyond it. The entire country is now following the steps taken by China. According to data firm Sensor Tower, Tick Talk has been installed more than 610 million times in India. The app has been installed 165 million times in the United States.

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