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China’s antitrust watchdog punishes Alibaba, Tencent and Didi for merger irregularities after digging into old deals
SAMR has dished out 22 new fines of half a million yuan each to the country’s Big Tech firms for merger irregularities. Fines come as Beijing ups its scrutiny of Big Tech across a range of issues, including data security, consumer privacy and anticompetitive practices.
The Human Resource Ministry has received over 5,000 complaints through the Working For Workers (WFW) application on various labour issues, in particular not allowing employees to work from home (WFH).
NEW DELHI (Reuters) -Twitter Inc's India unit has appointed an interim chief compliance officer and will soon designate two other executives to comply with the country's new IT rules, the social media giant said in a court filing on Thursday.
Source says Didi pushed ahead with US listing before it had full clearance from CAC, forcing Beijing’s hand. Didi says it had no foreknowledge of security review and says it will cooperate with Chinese authorities.
Esports Integrated has launched the inaugural Malaysia Esports League 2021 (MEL21), a state and national level league with a prize pool of RM200,000.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Twitter Inc no more enjoys liability protection against user-generated content in India as the U.S. microblogging giant has failed to comply with new IT rules, the Indian government said in a court filing.
The new account was set up this month.
From scanning residents’ faces to let them into their building to spotting police suspects in a crowd, the rise of facial recognition is accompanied by a growing chorus of concern about unethical uses of the technology.
Didi cybersecurity review expected to set precedent for future ‘national security’ probes into data collection
The Didi review is the first time Beijing has invoked national security in a Big Tech investigation, a move that could be precedent-setting, say analysts. News of the investigation, coming two days after Didi’s IPO in New York, triggered a 5% drop in its share price.
China expanded a cybersecurity probe beyond Didi Global Inc to include two other recent US debutantes, moving with surprising swiftness to tighten its control over Internet data in the interests of national security.