Battlegrounds Mobile India barred amid data sharing fears.

According to the source, India justified the removal by citing section 69A of the IT law. The law gives the government the authority to restrict people’s access to content for a variety of reasons, including those related to national security.

According to Reuters, a senior government official in India stated that the Indian government had stopped Krafton’s online multiplayer battle game BGMI because of worries that the game was sharing data with China.

Due to the fact that the decision had not been made public yet, the source declined to be identified.

According to the source, India justified the removal by citing section 69A of the IT law. The law gives the government the authority to restrict people’s access to content for a variety of reasons, including those related to national security.

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