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Support for the unconventional orbiting solar programme jumped after China announced its 2060 carbon neutral target. Civilian and military researchers will look at applications for the technology amid concerns about radiation and the potential for beams misfired from space.
Didi’s business slows from break-neck pace as on-site probes by China’s cybersecurity regulators gum up operations
Employees of Didi Chuxing have been forced to address technical demands from regulators as cybersecurity probe drags on. The review has forced the ride-hailing giant to make the investigation its top priority as it seeks to get its app back into app stores.
Machine learning and real-time data on passenger flows and outdoor temperatures will allow for smarter, faster adjustments.
WeChat had paused new users registrations so it could upgrade its ‘security technology to align with all relevant laws and regulations’. According to tests conducted by the South China Morning Post on Thursday, the Shenzhen-based company has reopened the app to new sign-ups.
China’s crackdown on gaming: state newspaper calls for higher taxes but also highlights soft power gains
Since the gaming industry has grown so large, companies like Tencent should no longer benefit from tax incentives, the op-ed argues. However, the commentary shows support for the gaming industry, reflecting Beijing’s love-hate relationship.
A commentary published by the Economic Daily once again puts the spotlight on the proliferation of ‘vulgar content’ online. While the article did not identify the providers responsible for such content, shares of Kuaishou and Bilibili were hammered in Hong Kong on Thursday.
China launches campaign against ‘fake news’ as Beijing seeks to purify online information, targeting social media
China’s censors go after fake news and unlicensed citizen journalists in latest move to cleanse cyberspace of information deemed fake or harmful. The joint campaign from 10 regulatory agencies is expected to hit social media platforms like WeChat and Douyin, popular with content creators.
Ni Xialian has represented Luxembourg for five straight Olympics but was born and raised in Shanghai. A match with a South Korean teenager was dubbed a fight between ‘grandma and grandchild’.
Hong Kong police arrest two men in crackdown on website selling more than 30,000 upskirt photos and videos
Website was set up in 2017 and offered obscene videos and photos for sale for as much as HK$400 each. One suspect was allegedly the administrator of the website, while the other was hired to take indecent photos up women’s skirts.
Cryptocurrency crime in Hong Kong hits record levels, with one victim losing HK$124mil to fraudsters
Police say trend is down to more people staying home and going online amid Covid-19 pandemic. Crimes involving the digital currency tend to fall into categories such as money laundering, online shopping scams, or investment ruses.