Chinese truck-hailing apps Huochebang and Yunmanman, owned by Full Truck Alliance, seen on smartphones in this illustration picture taken on July 5. Photo: Reuters Chinese truck-hailing apps Huochebang and Yunmanman, owned by Full Truck Alliance, seen on smartphones in this illustration picture taken on July 5. Photo: Reuters
Chinese truck-hailing apps Huochebang and Yunmanman, owned by Full Truck Alliance, seen on smartphones in this illustration picture taken on July 5. Photo: Reuters

China launches cybersecurity review into more US-listed firms following action against Didi Chuxing

  • The new targets of China’s cybersecurity review regulation include two truck-hailing apps and an online recruitment firm
  • The move comes hours after the powerful cyberspace administration agency ordered Didi Chuxing off the nation’s app stores

Topic |   Cybersecurity
Chinese truck-hailing apps Huochebang and Yunmanman, owned by Full Truck Alliance, seen on smartphones in this illustration picture taken on July 5. Photo: Reuters Chinese truck-hailing apps Huochebang and Yunmanman, owned by Full Truck Alliance, seen on smartphones in this illustration picture taken on July 5. Photo: Reuters
Chinese truck-hailing apps Huochebang and Yunmanman, owned by Full Truck Alliance, seen on smartphones in this illustration picture taken on July 5. Photo: Reuters
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