PUBG Mobile is one of the popular apps in India and also the one that is facing issues in the country. After the government banned over 100 Chinese apps recently, PUBG Mobile is most likely to be included in the list, at least that's what the rumours say. Amidst these very rumours, PUBG is making sure it doesn't become India's target by changing its privacy policies in the country. Read on to know more about it.
PUBG Mobile changes privacy policies in India
To put things into perspective, your data (such as open ID, IP address, device information like app version, OS version, battery level etc, registration time, login time, and more) will remain in India and won't be used by third parties unnecessarily.
For those who don't know, it is revealed that the 275 Chinese apps that include PUBG Mobile are being reviewed by the Indian government and can possibly be banned as part of another app-banning spree due to security reasons. The government recently banned 47 Chinese apps that were replicating the previously-banned 59 apps.
However, there is no confirmation yet and we need to wait for an official word on the same. Hence, stay tuned.