FF: Free Fire is banned in India; understand the struggle

FF: Free Fire is banned in India;  understand the struggle

he is in battle royale Garena, free fire (FF), was banned from mobile virtual stores in India last weekend (12). The app isn’t the only one to be removed; Anyone who already had the game installed is unable to log in.

The game is part of a larger list of applications that have Chinese origins or connections and are due to tensions between the countries in question. This isn’t the first time this is happening. confrontation played out pubg (Player Unknown Battlegrounds) and the TikTok app in mid-2020s to a similar fate.

The elimination of these applications follows the article Information Technology Act (ITA), information technology agreement that gives “Power to intercept, monitor or decrypt any information by means of any computerized resource” ,

This happens under the condition that “Need to act for the national sovereignty or integrity, the defense or security of the State, friendly relations with foreign countries, the maintenance of order, or to prevent the commission of any known offense related to, or incitement to, the investigation of an offence.”

The agreement was signed in the 2000s. Despite all the uproar, Garena Didn’t talk about the matter directly.

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