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China suspends Didi app over data violation

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Chinese regulators have tightened data collection rules for major tech firms in recent years.

The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said on its social media feed that it had ordered Didi to make changes to comply with Chinese data protection rules.

CAC said the move was to protect “national security and the public interest”, two days after the firm began trading on the New York Stock Exchange.

On Sunday, it ordered smartphone app stores to stop selling the app after finding that Didi had been found of illegally collecting users’ personal data.

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