China’s market regulator has announced new rules to identify and stop monopolistic practices in the internet industry, in the latest move by Chinese officials to rein in the country’s burgeoning tech sector. In a...
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On Monday, Indian authorities announced a ban on dozens of Chinese apps including WeChat, Weibo, and TikTok. The official statement on the ban cited national security and consumer privacy, reflecting a broader global trend of...
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Last Sunday, the Australian Financial Review reported that Australia’s Defense Department...
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The New York Times’ Raymond Zhong reported this week on a popular news, blog, and...
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Taiwanese NGO worker Lee Ming-che disappeared ten days ago while traveling to mainland China via...
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