Anti-fraud app from Chinese police sees soaring downloads amid complaints of forced installs

//Anti-fraud app from Chinese police sees soaring downloads amid complaints of forced installs

Anti-fraud app from Chinese police sees soaring downloads amid complaints of forced installs

A new anti-fraud mobile app made by the Chinese government has shot to the top of the country’s iOS App Store charts less than a month after launch, as users take to the review section and online forums to complain about being forced to install the app.Named “National Anti-fraud Centre” and available on both Android and Apple devices, the app was developed by the Ministry of Public Security and the National Computer Network Emergency Response Technical Team (CNCERT). Authorities say the app is…

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