Today’s top tech news: India’s new government seeks higher taxes on tech giants, PUBG critics clamour for another ban
Congress MLA from Jamtara, Irfan Ansari with PUBG poster protests before CM Raghubar Das at assembly premises, demanding that this online game be immediately banned in Jharkhand, India on ThursdayBCCL
- India's Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, is on her way to get support for proportional assignment of tax on global tech giants at the upcoming G20 summit in Japan.
- Ravi Shankar Prasad, India's IT Mininster, has stated that the Personal Data Security Bill will be one the first things on his docket as he embarks on his second-term.
- Critics want PUBG banned in India as the addicted to the game is accused of causing heart attacks and disrupting marriages.
- Paytm is looking to enter the insurance market in India will reports of the company looking to Coverfox for $120 million.
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