New Security Rules: Pre-installed apps in the smartphone can threaten the security of the users. That’s why the government has made a plan to curb them. Apart from this, screening of operating system updates is also being considered.
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Smartphone New Security Rules: The Government of India is planning to clamp down on smartphone makers. the government Pre-installed Apps That is, a plan has been made to give an option to remove the previously installed apps in the phone. Apart from this, screening for updates of the operating system has also been considered. This will be done under the new security rules. This is expected to bring a big change in the world’s number 2 smartphone market. At the same time, the business of pre-installed apps of many smartphone companies will be affected.
Many pre-installed apps are available in smartphones of brands like Samsung, Xiaomi, Vivo and Apple in India. In view of the concerns related to spying and misuse of data of smartphone users, the IT Ministry is considering bringing new rules. Earlier, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) has imposed a heavy fine on Google regarding Android operating system and Google Play-Store billing.
This news is being updated.