Cyberspace Administration Of China

'Cyberspace Administration Of China' - 37 News Result(s)

  • China Announces Two-Hour Daily Limit on Children's Phone Screen Time, Tech Shares Tumble
    Reuters | Thursday August 3, 2023
    China's cyberspace regulator has cracked down on the use of smartphones by children, introducing a limit of up to 2 hours of screen time. Children in China between the ages of 16 and 18 will get two hours of screen time, those aged eight to 16 would get one hour, while children under the age of eight would only get access to eight minutes of screen...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China's Big New Rules For Children To Fight Internet Addiction
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday August 2, 2023
    Chinese children and teens will be cut off from accessing the internet at night and have their smartphone use curbed under new rules unveiled Wednesday aimed at fighting internet addiction.
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  • China Cracks Down on 'Self-Media' Accounts, Deletes 1.4 Million Social Media Posts
    Reuters | Saturday May 27, 2023
    China on Friday announced that it had shut 67,000 accounts and deleted 1.4 million posts between March 10 and May 22 as part of the country's efforts to "clean" its cyberspace and make it easier for authorities to control. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said a two-month probe into alleged misinformation, illegal profiteering, and impe...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China Shuts Down Over 1,00,000 Fake News Social Media Accounts, Ramps Up Content Cleanup
    Reuters | Wednesday May 17, 2023
    China has intensified efforts to clean up the internet from false news and rumours, closing more than 100,000 online accounts over the past month that misrepresented news anchors and media agencies, its cyberspace regulator said.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • US Chipmaker Micron's Products to Be Examined in China for Cybersecurity Risks
    Reuters | Friday March 31, 2023
    China's cyberspace regulator will conduct a cybersecurity review of products sold in the country by US memory chip manufacturer Micron Technology, the regulator said on Friday. The move, which comes amid a spat over chip technology between Washington and Beijing, is aimed at protecting the security of the supply chain for critical information infr...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China's Rules on 'Deepfakes' to Come Into Force From January 10, Cyberspace Regulator Says
    Reuters | Monday December 12, 2022
    The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) on Sunday said that its new rules for content providers that alter facial and voice data will take effect from January 10. The regulations are designed to protect people from being impersonated by deepfakes without their consent, according to the regulator.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Cyberspace Administration of China Revises Rules for Regulation of Online Comments
    Reuters | Thursday November 17, 2022
    The Cyberspace Administration of China on Wednesday announced that the regulator would revise its rules to require social media and online account operators to improve their review and management of comments. The watchdog's announcement comes as authorities in China are tightening their policing of the Internet and what topics the public is allowed...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Chinese Regulator Publishes List of 30 Data Gathering Algorithms Used by ByteDance, Alibaba, More
    Agence France-Presse | Tuesday August 16, 2022
    China’s Internet watchdog, the Cyberspace Administration of China, on Friday published a list of 30 algorithms used by tech firms in the country. The move followed the passing of regulations in March that mandate the disclosure of algorithms used by companies like Weibo, ByteDance, and Taobao. Cyberspace authorities carry out security assessments...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Tencent, Alibaba Have Submitted Details of Algorithms Used in Their Products, Says China Regulator
    Reuters | Friday August 12, 2022
    Tencent and Alibaba, along with other Chinese tech giants, have submitted details of algorithms used in some of their products, complying with a drive by authorities to tighten oversight of platform algorithms. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) published a list of 30 algorithms used in some of the country's most popular apps with brief d...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China Announces Mandatory Security Reviews for Companies’ Data Exports From September 1
    Reuters | Thursday July 7, 2022
    The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said on Thursday that a new regulatory framework that will affect several Chinese companies will go into effect on September 1. The cyberspace regulator will enforce a compulsory security review that will determine whether large quantities of Chinese user data in the possession of a private entity can be...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China Cracks Down on Over 42,000 Counterfeit Investment Apps to Combat Telecom Network Crime
    Reuters | Friday July 1, 2022
    China has cracked down on counterfeit investment platforms, as part of the country’s campaign to target telecom network crime, the country’s cyberspace regulator said on Friday. According to the Cyberspace Administration of China, over 42,000 apps had been targeted since the start of last year, while the number of telecom fraud cases in China i...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Grindr Disappears From China App Stores as Country Tightens Control Over Internet
    Agence France-Presse | Tuesday February 1, 2022
    Grindr has disappeared from multiple app stores in China as authorities tighten control of the country's already heavily policed internet and purge online behaviour the ruling Communist Party dislikes.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China's CAC Launches Nationwide Initiative for Blockchain Development Despite Crypto Ban
    Shomik Sen Bhattacharjee | Monday January 31, 2022
    The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has announced the launch of a nationwide effort to speed up blockchain development and innovation across 15 zones and 164 entities within the country with the aim of large-scale implementation of blockchain technology across businesses and government organisations in China.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China Targets Celebrities, Fan Groups in New Month-Long Online Abuse Clean Up Campaign
    Reuters | Tuesday January 25, 2022
    The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) launched a month-long "clean cyberspace" campaign, which it said would target online abuse, "chaos" in celebrity fan groups and "money worship", among other issues.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China Drafts Rules on Security Reviews for Apps Influencing Public Opinion
    Reuters | Wednesday January 5, 2022
    China's cyber regulatory body issued draft rules governing mobile apps, including a requirement for security reviews of apps whose functions could influence public opinion.
    www.gadgets360.com

'Cyberspace Administration Of China' - 37 News Result(s)

  • China Announces Two-Hour Daily Limit on Children's Phone Screen Time, Tech Shares Tumble
    Reuters | Thursday August 3, 2023
    China's cyberspace regulator has cracked down on the use of smartphones by children, introducing a limit of up to 2 hours of screen time. Children in China between the ages of 16 and 18 will get two hours of screen time, those aged eight to 16 would get one hour, while children under the age of eight would only get access to eight minutes of screen...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China's Big New Rules For Children To Fight Internet Addiction
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday August 2, 2023
    Chinese children and teens will be cut off from accessing the internet at night and have their smartphone use curbed under new rules unveiled Wednesday aimed at fighting internet addiction.
    www.ndtv.com
  • China Cracks Down on 'Self-Media' Accounts, Deletes 1.4 Million Social Media Posts
    Reuters | Saturday May 27, 2023
    China on Friday announced that it had shut 67,000 accounts and deleted 1.4 million posts between March 10 and May 22 as part of the country's efforts to "clean" its cyberspace and make it easier for authorities to control. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said a two-month probe into alleged misinformation, illegal profiteering, and impe...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China Shuts Down Over 1,00,000 Fake News Social Media Accounts, Ramps Up Content Cleanup
    Reuters | Wednesday May 17, 2023
    China has intensified efforts to clean up the internet from false news and rumours, closing more than 100,000 online accounts over the past month that misrepresented news anchors and media agencies, its cyberspace regulator said.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • US Chipmaker Micron's Products to Be Examined in China for Cybersecurity Risks
    Reuters | Friday March 31, 2023
    China's cyberspace regulator will conduct a cybersecurity review of products sold in the country by US memory chip manufacturer Micron Technology, the regulator said on Friday. The move, which comes amid a spat over chip technology between Washington and Beijing, is aimed at protecting the security of the supply chain for critical information infr...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China's Rules on 'Deepfakes' to Come Into Force From January 10, Cyberspace Regulator Says
    Reuters | Monday December 12, 2022
    The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) on Sunday said that its new rules for content providers that alter facial and voice data will take effect from January 10. The regulations are designed to protect people from being impersonated by deepfakes without their consent, according to the regulator.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Cyberspace Administration of China Revises Rules for Regulation of Online Comments
    Reuters | Thursday November 17, 2022
    The Cyberspace Administration of China on Wednesday announced that the regulator would revise its rules to require social media and online account operators to improve their review and management of comments. The watchdog's announcement comes as authorities in China are tightening their policing of the Internet and what topics the public is allowed...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Chinese Regulator Publishes List of 30 Data Gathering Algorithms Used by ByteDance, Alibaba, More
    Agence France-Presse | Tuesday August 16, 2022
    China’s Internet watchdog, the Cyberspace Administration of China, on Friday published a list of 30 algorithms used by tech firms in the country. The move followed the passing of regulations in March that mandate the disclosure of algorithms used by companies like Weibo, ByteDance, and Taobao. Cyberspace authorities carry out security assessments...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Tencent, Alibaba Have Submitted Details of Algorithms Used in Their Products, Says China Regulator
    Reuters | Friday August 12, 2022
    Tencent and Alibaba, along with other Chinese tech giants, have submitted details of algorithms used in some of their products, complying with a drive by authorities to tighten oversight of platform algorithms. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) published a list of 30 algorithms used in some of the country's most popular apps with brief d...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China Announces Mandatory Security Reviews for Companies’ Data Exports From September 1
    Reuters | Thursday July 7, 2022
    The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said on Thursday that a new regulatory framework that will affect several Chinese companies will go into effect on September 1. The cyberspace regulator will enforce a compulsory security review that will determine whether large quantities of Chinese user data in the possession of a private entity can be...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China Cracks Down on Over 42,000 Counterfeit Investment Apps to Combat Telecom Network Crime
    Reuters | Friday July 1, 2022
    China has cracked down on counterfeit investment platforms, as part of the country’s campaign to target telecom network crime, the country’s cyberspace regulator said on Friday. According to the Cyberspace Administration of China, over 42,000 apps had been targeted since the start of last year, while the number of telecom fraud cases in China i...
    www.gadgets360.com
  • Grindr Disappears From China App Stores as Country Tightens Control Over Internet
    Agence France-Presse | Tuesday February 1, 2022
    Grindr has disappeared from multiple app stores in China as authorities tighten control of the country's already heavily policed internet and purge online behaviour the ruling Communist Party dislikes.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China's CAC Launches Nationwide Initiative for Blockchain Development Despite Crypto Ban
    Shomik Sen Bhattacharjee | Monday January 31, 2022
    The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has announced the launch of a nationwide effort to speed up blockchain development and innovation across 15 zones and 164 entities within the country with the aim of large-scale implementation of blockchain technology across businesses and government organisations in China.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China Targets Celebrities, Fan Groups in New Month-Long Online Abuse Clean Up Campaign
    Reuters | Tuesday January 25, 2022
    The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) launched a month-long "clean cyberspace" campaign, which it said would target online abuse, "chaos" in celebrity fan groups and "money worship", among other issues.
    www.gadgets360.com
  • China Drafts Rules on Security Reviews for Apps Influencing Public Opinion
    Reuters | Wednesday January 5, 2022
    China's cyber regulatory body issued draft rules governing mobile apps, including a requirement for security reviews of apps whose functions could influence public opinion.
    www.gadgets360.com
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