Aug 242017
 August 24, 2017  Posted by  Business, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Pankaj Doval reports:

UC Web, the browser owned by Chinese internet giant Alibaba, has come under the scrutiny of the government as part of investigations against Chinese companies over data theft. If found guilty of stealing data of Indian users, the company may be banned in the country, a top official in the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology said.

“Complaints have been received against UC Browser that it sends mobile data of Indian users to servers in China. The matter is being looked into,” the official said.

Read more on The Times of India.

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