When is data really anonymous? A Hangzhou court’s answer to this question could be the difference between effective privacy protection and a “fig leaf.”
China’s Cyberspace Administration has cracked down on mobile browsers for spreading clickbait and misinformation.
IoT device manufacturers have cut costs at the expense of user security and privacy.
Chinese payment providers joined peers in the UK, South Korea, and other countries in disabling the feature.
China’s regulators have been cracking down on companies like that violate personal privacy and over-collect consumers’ personal data.
Many of the apps flagged for data collection violations are mobile finance and money-lending apps from listed companies.
China’s banking sector recently found itself in the spotlight after a popular comedian complained that China CITIC Bank had shared his personal data information without permission.
Who does India’s app ban really hurt more? China, or its own consumers and entrepreneurs. Delhi would be better advised to reconsider.
Cheetah Mobile reported Q4 revenue down by more than half after being cut off from major mobile platforms. The real question is why it didn’t happen before.
China is heaven for mobile payments. The 84% of Chinese respondents said that they used some form of digital payment systems to pay for online purchases in the past six months, according to Nielsen’s “Global Connected Commerce” report. High mobile payment penetration in China also means that it is a market ripe to be taken […]