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The average annual income for workers employed by companies in the telecoms, software and information technology fields reached US$22,998 per person last year. The average annual wage in information technology was 1.78 times higher than the annual average for all industries.
China should include computer programming in its basic education curriculum to support its ambitions of becoming a tech powerhouse, Ding Lei proposes. The tech CEO is making the proposal for the Two Sessions, an annual meeting of China’s two main political bodies.
Baidu chief calls for coordinated Chinese government approach for personal data collected during pandemic
Central and provincial governments have pushed to gather and analyse more data to contain the spread of the coronavirus during the pandemic. To reduce the risks of data leakage and abuse, Baidu chief executive Robin Li proposes that government bodies standardise the management of such data.
The China Cybersecurity Center said 100 apps, across a range of industries including e-commerce and banking, have been penalised since November.
Study ranks 50 countries on how extensively they use facial recognition and other biological tools as well as privacy protections for individuals. China scores maximum points on every measure except one.
As facial recognition tech races ahead of regulation, Chinese residents grow nervous about data privacy
Generally believed to be more accepting of trading privacy for security, Chinese residents are increasingly voicing concerns about facial recognition. A law professor in east China recently sued a wildlife park after it introduced a facial recognition-based entry system.
China’s national Internet finance association warns that all member institutions should take personal responsibility for corrective action on data privacy.
In South Korea, videogames are practically the national pastime, played by the majority of adults and adolescents. Even after the WHO recognized gaming addictions as a mental health disorder, the country is struggling to come to terms with this health problem.
In China’s tech hub of Shenzhen it’s hard to pay without an app and that is starting to raise privacy concerns
Home to tech giants including Tencent, Huawei and DJI and a vibrant startup scene, Shenzhen is seeing rising public anxiety over data privacy amid digital drive.
Apple is creating a series of augmented-reality experiences for all Apple Stores that feature work from world-renowned contemporary artists.