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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.
Police visited Twitter Inc’s empty offices in India on May 24 following the company’s May 21 decision to label multiple tweets from accounts linked to the country’s ruling party as manipulated media.
‘Spring is here … are you like this puppy desperate to go play,’ says social media post announcing US visa applications for Chinese students had resumed. Weibo chatter included claims of racism, insensitivity and derogatory regard for Chinese by US embassy staff.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Wistron Corp, the Taiwanese assembler of Apple Inc's iPhones, has restructured its internal setup and management ranks in India, two sources said, after an investigation last year into violence at one of its plants.
(Reuters) -Online brokerage Robinhood said on Thursday that 9.5 million users traded cryptocurrency on its platform during the first quarter of 2021, a near six-fold rise from the previous quarter.
State media accused H&M and other brands of improperly profiting from China while criticising it.
Tech CEOs defended their platforms’ practices as they girded for a fresh grilling on March 25 from US lawmakers angered over rampant disinformation about the US elections, the Capitol attack and Covid-19.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The CEOs of Facebook, Google parent Alphabet, and Twitter testify before Congress on Thursday for the first time since pro-Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol, an attack in which critics say social media played a crucial role.
Intel has become mired in controversy after pulling an ad featuring Yang Li, known for her comedic barbs about men. Women asked why the US chip giant is capitulating to men in China, where feminist attitudes are on the rise.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch's News Corp reached a content-supply deal with Facebook Inc in Australia, the companies said on Tuesday, a step toward settling a dispute that saw the social media giant briefly shut down thousands of pages in the country.