The rapidly expanding practice, which authorities say helps combat disinformation from abroad, has fueled a whole new type of online battle.
China’s officials and state media are increasingly parroting Russian propaganda organs on the war in Ukraine, undercutting U.S. and European diplomatic efforts, even after the killings in Bucha.
The president said passage of a China competition bill was needed “for the sake of our economic competitiveness and our national security.”
The crackdown is killing the entrepreneurial drive that made China a tech power and destroying jobs that used to attract the country’s brightest.
Senator Marco Rubio criticized the electric carmaker for opening the outlet in a region where China has been accused of targeting Muslims.
After initially supporting her #MeToo accusation, the company now blames her for damaging the company’s reputation with false claims.
The group was likely using the websites to install malware that helped it gather data from government agencies and other groups, the company said.
The ride-hailing giant made an abrupt shift as officials in Washington and Beijing have grown increasingly skeptical of Chinese corporate access to Wall Street’s money.
The Pentagon thinks Beijing may build 1,000 or more weapons by 2030. But it’s the new technologies that worry strategists.
Chinese regulators have pressed top executives of ride hailing giant Didi to devise a plan to delist from the New York Stock Exchange due to concerns about data security, two people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters. China’s powerful Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has asked the management to take the company off the US bourse…
Fortnite has officially shut down in China just three years after launching amid a government crackdown on gaming and technology firms.
JD Vance and Blake Masters — two Thiel employees who are running for Senate on conservative populist platforms in Ohio and Arizona, respectively — have both offered dinners with Thiel in exchange for hefty campaign donations.
Some observers hoped the announcement might inject needed energy into lackluster negotiations at this week’s Glasgow climate summit, although the terms weren’t particularly aggressive.
The Chinese e-commerce giant is updating its blockbuster shopping holiday for a humbler, more dutiful era in the country’s internet industry.
US Navy investigators have identified the “unknown object” that collided with a submarine in the South China Sea in October – an uncharted underwater mountain.
China’s updated targets for cutting emissions to fight climate change reiterate what its leader pledged nearly a year ago. That doesn’t bode well for progress at next week’s global climate summit.
The National Counterintelligence and Security Center said American companies need to better secure critical technologies as Beijing seeks to dominate the so-called bioeconomy.
Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma was on the Spanish island of Mallorca where his luxury yacht is anchored, two Spanish newspapers said on Wednesday, on his first trip abroad since he fell out with China’s regulators in 2020. The Chinese billionaire has largely been out of public view since he publicly criticized China’s regulatory system in a speech last…
It was discovered in northern China by a team from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and was in “exquisite” condition.
Experts report that similar technologies were developed by Russia and the United States starting more than a half century ago.
Microsoft is shutting down LinkedIn in China as a result of the “challenges” of complying with Beijing’s censorship rules, and will in its place launch a new site that won’t allow users to share posts.
LinkedIn China will be replaced with a standalone product called “InJobs” that’s separate from LinkedIn, the company said Thursday.
It will be China’s longest crewed space mission and set a record for the most time spent in space by Chinese astronauts.
The $530 million fine is Beijing’s second major penalty this year against an internet company accused of monopolistic practices.
Keeping global temperatures from dangerous levels means China must pivot away from coal immediately. Its soaring energy demand and rolling blackouts mean it probably won’t.
Lithuania has enraged China by advising officials to scrap Chinese phones that it says contains censorship software, while cozying up to Taiwan and quitting a Chinese-led regional forum.
China is expected to launch its next generation of heavy-duty rockets in 2028 powerful enough to send a crewed spacecraft to the moon, the country’s main space
Critics of the Justice Department deal to free Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou say it could blunt tools like sanctions and prosecutions.
The finance chief of Chinese telecom giant Huawei has struck a deal with the US that will allow her return to China after nearly three years, according to reports.
The Chinese authorities have long made clear their misgivings about cryptocurrency. None of that stopped it from becoming the world capital for crypto.
It marks a major shift for one of the biggest backers of coal-fired plants globally. Still, China remains heavily reliant on new coal plants at home, and is the world’s top emitter of greenhouse gases.
Authorities in several provinces have conducted more intense inspections of colleges, research labs, data centers and other potential sites that could be hiding crypto mines.
Ireland’s Data Protection Commission said late Tuesday that it is investigating TikTok’s processing of children’s data and transfers of user data to China.
China Automotive Engineering Research Institute Co Ltd (CAERI) said in a statement it has developed a system to analyze the path of data transmission by using a communication-detection device to monitor uploaded data and data gathered from vehicles in a testing environment.
TikTok is being investigated by Ireland’s Data Protection Commission – which leads the EU’s regulation into the company – amid fears that user data is being transferred to China and over its approach to child safety.
Prosecutors declined to charge the man, who a co-worker said had assaulted her, an allegation that highlighted sexism in the Chinese tech scene.
China’s government is reportedly looking to take control of ride-hailing giant Didi, the latest development in a broader crackdown that has kept Chinese tech companies and investors on their toes for months. Under plans being considered by China’s government, a subsidiary of Beijing’s city government could take a stake in Didi — the world’s largest…