Faced with unrelenting policy, Apple has reportedly turned over servers containing iCloud data to the charge of the Chinese government.
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.
For years, China has used the World Internet Conference to advance its vision for cyber sovereignty. Now it looks like the various ideas and concepts, including the new Cybersecurity Law, undergirding this vision are starting to be put into effect for China’s Internet, with unknown implications.
A recent airport ban seems to have prompted a Weibo post by the company offering reassurances on its data security. The post reiterated that Tesla staff cannot access customer video remotely.
By now, the Social Credit System that the Republic of China has been planning to implement since 2014 is known about across the globe. If you think the Western world is miles apart from taking measures even remotely similar to the SCC in China, then you’re dead wrong.
According to anonymous sources, the French authorities have decided to approve the use of Huawei equipment but only in non-core parts of the 5G network.
Ride hailing giant Didi's exile into the wilderness appears to be ending, and the Chinese government's harsh wave of regulatory crackdowns has taken sharper focus, as the investigation has concluded and a fine of $1.2 billion has been announced.
Top Chinese telecom operators have jointly introduced a new 5G messaging service based on the GSMA RCS standard that seeks to replace WeChat, the popular Chinese messaging app.
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.