Four Chinese state carriers promised on Monday to erase user data from the country’s location tracker app as China continues to relax its Covid control measures. The app, launched in early 2020 by the government to help with Covid containment, tracks where the user has been in the past two weeks based on their mobile phone number. It stopped operating on Tuesday. China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, and China Broadcasting Network announced they will remove relevant data, abiding by the country’s Data Security Law and Personal Information Protection Law. [ITHome, in Chinese]