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In the past, few plaintiffs have successfully won cases relating to abuse of market dominance, says an analyst. The legal environment for monopoly cases could be set for change after Beijing named antitrust as one of its top agenda issues for 2021.
SHANGHAI, Oct 26 (Reuters): China's top cyber authority said on Monday it would carry out a "rectification" of Chinese mobile internet browsers to address what it called social concerns over the "chaos" of information being published online.
China's top cyber authority said on Oct 26 that it would carry out a "rectification" of Chinese mobile Internet browsers to address what it called social concerns over the "chaos" of information being published online.
In a quiet experiment of just two weeks, China provided millions of people access to long-forbidden foreign websites like YouTube and Instagram. The trial appears to signal the Communist government is moving toward giving the country’s citizens greater access to the global Internet – while still attempting to control who sees what.
One Chinese app briefly gave the country’s Internet users access to long-banned websites like Facebook Inc and Google, setting off speculation about the future of Beijing’s censorship practices.
A developer backed by Chinese cybersecurity giant 360 Security Technology Inc has introduced a browser that allows mainland Chinese users to access previously blocked sites like Google and Facebook, partially bypassing Beijing’s Great Firewall.
More than half of foreign cyberattacks against China in 2019 originated in the US, China report says
China recently tightened its cybersecurity rules, requiring “critical information infrastructure” to undergo a more rigorous review process.
BEIJING: One of China’s biggest tech companies on Monday (May 25) has criticised the Trump administration for "politicising business” after it slapped export sanctions on 33 more Chinese enterprises and government entities.
WASHINGTON: The United States said on Friday it would add 33 Chinese firms and institutions to an economic blacklist for helping Beijing spy on its minority Uighur population or because of ties to weapons of mass destruction and China's military.
By 2025 users of China’s online mutual aid industry will increase three times to reach 450 million, according to the whitepaper released by Ant Group on Thursday. China has dozens of online mutual aid platforms, with the three biggest players each having more than 10 million members.