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Chinese App Ban: How do mobile apps threaten security?

At the same time, the government also says that many reports have been received by the Ministry of Home Affairs, including cases such as compromise with people's privacy or theft of data while using the app.

 Congress MP Sha…

At the same time, the government also says that many reports have been received by the Ministry of Home Affairs, including cases such as compromise with people's privacy or theft of data while using the app.

 Congress MP Shashi Tharoor says that he has also raised the issue several times in the house about how China is stealing all the data of Indian consumers and profiting from it.

 He says that he will request the Ministry of Home Affairs to give detailed information about this to the Standing Committee related to Information Technology of Parliament.  Also, it should be told that there are such apps which can be used safely.

 Muktesh Chander is the special commissioner of Delhi Police and also an expert in cybercrime.  Talking to the BBC, he told that even though the app is designed for interaction only, he will keep sending all the information in the phone to his server in which country it is operated.

 The question arises that how can an app scanning documents be a threat?  On this, they say that if someone scans the pages of their leave application or children's books, then a copy of it automatically goes to the server.

 Muktesh Chander says that there is no risk, but as soon as someone scans a government document - for example, a document from the Ministry of Finance which will emphasize what the country will emphasize in the coming financial year - these documents can be scanned as soon as  If the scan is done on the app, then a copy of it even goes to the country where its server is.  They say that it is a matter of national security.

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