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  • 59 Chinese Apps Banned By India Including TikTok, Shareit, WeChat, Newsdog (www.ndtv.com)

    The centre today blocked 59 apps with Chinese links that included the hugely popular TikTok and UC Browser. The move came amid tension with China following the June 15 clashes at Ladakh in which 20 Indian soldiers died in action and more than 70 were injured.

    Here is the full list of apps that have been banned:

    1. TikTok
    2. Shareit
    3. Kwai
    4. UC Browser
    5. Baidu map
    6. Shein
    7. Clash of Kings
    8. DU battery saver
    9. Helo
    10. Likee
    11. YouCam makeup
    12. Mi Community
    13. CM Browers
    14. Virus Cleaner
    15. APUS Browser
    16. ROMWE
    17. Club Factory
    18. Newsdog
    19. Beutry Plus
    20. WeChat
    21. UC News
    22. QQ Mail
    23. Weibo
    24. Xender
    25. QQ Music
    26. QQ Newsfeed
    27. Bigo Live
    28. SelfieCity
    29. Mail Master
    30. Parallel Space
    31. Mi Video Call — Xiaomi
    32. WeSync
    33. ES File Explorer
    34. Viva Video — QU Video Inc
    35. Meitu
    36. Vigo Video
    37. New Video Status
    38. DU Recorder
    39. Vault- Hide
    40. Cache Cleaner DU App studio
    41. DU Cleaner
    42. DU Browser
    43. Hago Play With New Friends
    44. Cam Scanner
    45. Clean Master – Cheetah Mobile
    46. Wonder Camera
    47. Photo Wonder
    48. QQ Player
    49. We Meet
    50. Sweet Selfie
    51. Baidu Translate
    52. Vmate
    53. QQ International
    54. QQ Security Center
    55. QQ Launcher
    56. U Video
    57. V fly Status Video
    58. Mobile Legends
    59. DU Privacy

  • Airbnb CEO: Travel may never be the same. People are not getting on airplanes (www.axios.com)

    Brian Chesky: Travel has changed more tectonically than during the Great Recession of 2008, said Airbnb data shows these trends:
    – “People are not getting on airplanes, they’re not crossing borders, they’re not meaningfully traveling to cities, they’re not traveling for business.”
    – “They’re getting in cars. They’re traveling to communities that are 200 miles away or less. These are usually very small communities. They’re staying in homes and they’re staying longer.”

  • Amazon, Flipkart opt-in to display "Country Of Origin" details on new products (www.ndtv.com)

    A group of e-commerce companies including Amazon and Flipkart today decided to display “Country of origin” on their new products, government sources said. The decision was made at a video conference today following a government move to make mentioning “Country of Origin” mandatory for sellers listing their products in the Government e-Marketplace — a state-run online portal.

  • WhatsApp Payments Suspended by Brazil’s Central Bank (to preserve an adequate competitive environment) (cointelegraph.com)

    WhatsApp’s payment features have been suspended in Brazil less than one month after the Facebook-owned app rolled them out.

    The Central Bank of Brazil (BC) took action against WhatsApp Pay “to preserve an adequate competitive environment” and allow the central bank to assess the risks posed by the firm to the country’s existing financial sector.

    Visa and Mastercard will face heavy fines and administrative sanctions if they do not suspend activities relating to WhatsApp payments.

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