DuckDuckGo rebuilt India after it became unavailable on July 1
The DuckDuckGo Privacy Search System has been restored in India since it became inaccessible to many users on July 1. Android Police: reports. Reports of what caused the disruption have varied. Some users: reports The Indian government seemed to be standing behind the bloc, while others were saying what they were getting it was like DNS search errors by: Android Police:
DuckDuckGo wrote that the service will probably be resumed in India on Saturday morning.
We see that our services are being widely restored in India. Thank you for all your reports and attention to this issue.
– DuckDuckGo (uckDuckDuckGo) July 4, 2020
On June 29, India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology banned more than 50 Chinese-based applications, including TikTok and WeChat, saying they were “engaged in actions … detrimental to India’s sovereignty and integrity.” according to a press release.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. DuckDuckGo was not about that The list of the Government of India of June 29 forbidden programs.
DuckDuckGo did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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