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Indian Army asks its personnel to delete 89 apps including Facebook and Tinder

09/07/2020

The Indian Army has asked its personnel to remove 89 apps from their phones including Facebook, Instagram, Reddit, and Tinder over security concerns. This list also includes most of the 59 Chinese apps the Indian government banned last week. According to a report by Times of India, the Army has set a deadline of July...
The Indian Army has asked its personnel to remove 89 apps from their phones including Facebook, Instagram, Reddit, and Tinder over security concerns. This list also includes most of the 59 Chinese apps the Indian government banned last week. According to a report by Times of India, the Army has set a deadline of July 15 for their personnel to delete these apps. An unnamed officer told ToI that this step was taken to thwart increased targeting from intelligence agencies of Pakistan and China. Earlier this year, the Indian Navy banned the use of smartphones and social media apps on… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook,Tinder The Indian Army has asked its personnel to remove 89 apps from their phones including Facebook, Instagram, Reddit, and Tinder over security concerns. This list also includes most of the 59 Chinese apps the Indian government banned last week. According to a report by Times of India, the Army has set a deadline of July 15 for their personnel to delete these apps. An unnamed officer told ToI that this step was taken to thwart increased targeting from intelligence agencies of Pakistan and China. Earlier this year, the Indian Navy banned the use of smartphones and social media apps on… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook,Tinder
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