China’s data protection rules are now being strengthened in a way that seems to be aimed specifically at limiting the power of tech giants.
The DHS has issued a broad warning to all American businesses about potential data theft by partners in China that have connections to the government.
Faced with unrelenting policy, Apple has reportedly turned over servers containing iCloud data to the charge of the Chinese government.
The Chinese government is in a race to crack the code invented by social media users to circumvent government censorshop on discussions related to the coronavirus outbreak.
U.S. officials claimed that Huawei can gain backdoor access by exploiting the same equipment network operators were required to install for use by law enforcement agencies.
Huawei’s dream of becoming a leader in 5G networks remains on hold as new study found many of its employees had prior links to Chinese intelligence and worked in projects eavesdropping on citizens or scooping up valuable data.
Chinese government is using AI-Powered smart glasses inbuilt thermal imaging capability to screen residents for coronavirus as authorities ease the lockdown restrictions on Hubei province.
Chinese hackers are on a massive cyber espionage campaign targeting over 75 organizations throughout the world and using vulnerabilities in various routers and cloud services.
After one year of reviewing data collection practices on smartphone apps, the Chinese government imposed new regulations on 41 apps that were found to be out of compliance.
More stringent data collection rules went into effect in China at the beginning of May. The government continued to show that it is serious about its regulatory stance by sweeping up 33 mobile apps.