Full Truck Alliance, a Chinese startup that provides an Uber-like service of matching truckers with shippers, has reportedly halted processing with its $1 billion dual primary listing in Hong Kong amid an investigation into the company over alleged cybersecurity risks, Reuters reported on Thursday. Last July, China’s cyberspace regulators launched a probe that banned new users from registering with the company’s apps, a few days after its $1.6 billion US IPO. Also known as Manbang in China, Full Truck Alliance has so far received limited updates from the regulator about the possible results of the investigation, Reuters reported, citing people familiar with the matter. [Reuters]