Nov. 25th, 2021
In a story by The Star on November 25th, 2021, it talks about how Tencent have had their wings clipped by the Chinese regimes Ministry of Industry and Information Technology as they have ordered a temporary halt to updates of existing apps, though current versions of products can still be downloaded and used, Tencent, which owns the WeChat super-app and QQ messaging service, said in a statement that it’s working to enhance user protection features within its apps and regularly cooperates with relevant government agencies to ensure compliance. Which is another way of saying the tyrannical communist regime is to rein in its Internet giants and gain control over the vast amounts of data they collect.
The communist dictatorship has a long history of infiltrating and taking over tech companies so as to use their data in a bid to further control these companies and the population that use them.
To look into this story please click here: China freezes new Tencent apps, updates for data privacy review
Even though in my humble opinion this news outlet is very soft on the Chinese authorities. It is always worth looking at Gnews for a more robust version of your daily news
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