Days after Didi Chuxing debuted on the New York Stock Exchange, Chinese regulators accused the ride-hailing service provider of improper collection and usage of user information, and ordered its temporary removal from app stores. Photo: EPA-EFE Days after Didi Chuxing debuted on the New York Stock Exchange, Chinese regulators accused the ride-hailing service provider of improper collection and usage of user information, and ordered its temporary removal from app stores. Photo: EPA-EFE
Days after Didi Chuxing debuted on the New York Stock Exchange, Chinese regulators accused the ride-hailing service provider of improper collection and usage of user information, and ordered its temporary removal from app stores. Photo: EPA-EFE
SCMP Editorial
Opinion

Opinion

Editorial by SCMP Editorial

National security must not be ignored on Big Tech IPO trail

  • Tighter rules on data protection will also impose greater discipline on an industry that is crucial to innovation and productivity gains

Days after Didi Chuxing debuted on the New York Stock Exchange, Chinese regulators accused the ride-hailing service provider of improper collection and usage of user information, and ordered its temporary removal from app stores. Photo: EPA-EFE Days after Didi Chuxing debuted on the New York Stock Exchange, Chinese regulators accused the ride-hailing service provider of improper collection and usage of user information, and ordered its temporary removal from app stores. Photo: EPA-EFE
Days after Didi Chuxing debuted on the New York Stock Exchange, Chinese regulators accused the ride-hailing service provider of improper collection and usage of user information, and ordered its temporary removal from app stores. Photo: EPA-EFE
READ FULL ARTICLE
SCMP Editorial

SCMP Editorial

Editorials represent the views of the South China Morning Post on the issues of the day.