A new pass-through mini game named "Yang Le Ge Yang," translated as "Sheep A Sheep," has become a national online sensation on China's social media in recent days. However, it has aroused controversy over its profitability and game rules.
Baidu Netdisk, a cloud storage product owned by Chinese tech giant Baidu, issued a statement on the evening of August 18, denying rumors currently circulating on social media that the company was manually reviewing end users' photos hosted on their platforms.
The mobile version of Bilibili, a Chinese video streaming platform, started displaying users’ IP locations on their profile page and information pages on July 25, as well as the comments they have posted.
The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) on July 21 issued a series of punishments for Chinese ride-hailing platform Didi, following a digital security review.
On July 11, WPS, an office software suite owned by Kingsoft, was the target of rumors and speculation about the company's honesty after it was suggested that the company had deleted user files stored on the company's cloud and users’ local devices.
On July 4, Ant Group announced that it has officially open-sourced a trusted privacy computing framework for global developers called "Secret Flow."
China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology recently organized a third-party testing agency to inspect mobile applications and put forward rectification requirements for 368 apps found to have infringed on users' rights and interests.
On April 17th, NetEase's mobile game Dream Chaser: The Showbiz denied a recent report suspecting its role in publishing a paper in the US containing user data.
ByteDance will launch a feature on two of its products, TikTok's sister app Douyin and information platform Toutiao, with which the account IP location will be displayed on the user's personal homepage.
In view of the serious network chaos on social platform Douban, Cyberspace Administration of China instructed the Beijing Internet Office to send a team of moderators to the website on Tuesday to supervise the APP's overhaul.
A user of Chinese microblogging platform Weibo issued a post on Saturday, exposing a membership activity carried out by Bilibili that appeared to require participants to disclose their private details.
Popular Chinese hot pot restaurant chain Haidilao has reportedly been privately labelling customers within their member system, recording customers' physical characteristics and individual needs.
Recently, some users of China's social media platform Douban said that the app embeds imperceptible watermarks in its pages.
News emerged that Zhihu, a Chinese Q&A community, has used a system to monitor employee's visits to job-seeking websites and the number of resumes they have submitted.
A social media app called Gel, which focuses on virtual images, was published in January and has quickly became the first social app since 2019 to surpass WeChat in the Chinese app store download list.
Lanxiang Zhilian, an online security computation company, announced on Wednesday that it had completed an A round of financing worth nearly 200 million yuan ($31.44 Million).
With the global pandemic continuing to surge and the global economy facing numerous challenges in the year ahead, Baidu Research shared the top 10 technology trends of 2022 on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, Ant Group released its 2021 Annual Report on Consumer Rights Protection. The report indicates that, in 2021, Ant Group launched more than 30 measures in six different aspects to effectively protect consumers' rights.
Web users in China have uploaded footage to domestic video streaming platform Bilibili that is suspected to have been obtained by hacking security cameras in public places, sparking public concern.
Recently, the National Computer Virus Emergency Response Center found that 17 mobile applications had shown privacy irregularities.