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  1. Jul 2020
    1. TikTok, the hugely popular video platform owned by Chinese tech giant Bytedance, has an estimated 120 million users in India, making the country one of its biggest markets.

      Is ||MarcoLotti|| in charge of content? If yes, Marco please have a look at interesting text by the Economist arguing that TikTok was tool for masses (including untouchables) in India. TikTok managed to bypass dominance of Bollywood. https://www.economist.com/asia/2020/07/04/indias-ban-on-tiktok-deprives-the-country-of-a-favourite-pastime

    2. India's Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology said in a statement Monday that it had received many complaints about misuse and transmission of user data by some mobile apps to servers outside India.

      If DW 5.0 was in full place this comment will go to our Indian expert:

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    1. India, meanwhile, had been going back and forth over whether to include Huawei equipment in the country's 5G network, said Chaitanya Giri, an analyst with Indian foreign policy think tank Gateway House. Huawei received the green light to participate in 5G trials late last year.

      China and India in digital diplomacy.

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