- WeTransfer Website Block in India
- Indian Government ordered Internet Providers to block the website
Most companies are getting their employees working from home due to coronaviruses. Meanwhile, the Government of India has issued an order to Internet companies to block the file transfer website WeTransfer Banned in India.
At the moment, the Department of Telecommunications has not given a reason to block WeTransfer.This order has been issued under license condition number 7.12 of Chapter IX of the License Agreement. It states that license-holder Internet sites/uniform resource locators (URLs), uniform resource identifiers (URIs) may be blocked from time to time in national security or the public interest.
WeTransfer has written in his blog that at this time we will be blocked in India, trying to find out the reason. At the same time, an ethical hackers team has claimed that about 72.6 lakh records related to the users of Digital Payments Bhim App have been leaked on a website. However, it has been clarified by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) that no data has been made public.
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you should know that WeTransfer was launched in the Netherlands in the year 2009. With the help of this website, users can share files up to 2 GB in size for free. At the same time, if you pay, you can send files up to 20 GB from one country to any corner of the world.
Significantly, after the blocking of WeTransfer, users on social media are complaining about WeTransfer being banned. If we open the website Transfer from mobile or Wi-Fi, the message of ‘this site can’t be reached’ will appear on the page.