Ou Li’s opinion piece was published soon after the state asset watchdog in Tianjin ordered its firms to accelerate data migration from cloud services run by tech giants. Photo: Shutterstock Ou Li’s opinion piece was published soon after the state asset watchdog in Tianjin ordered its firms to accelerate data migration from cloud services run by tech giants. Photo: Shutterstock
Ou Li’s opinion piece was published soon after the state asset watchdog in Tianjin ordered its firms to accelerate data migration from cloud services run by tech giants. Photo: Shutterstock

It is vital and necessary for the Communist Party to keep its grip on data, writes boss of Chinese central enterprise

  • Article appears amid Beijing’s ongoing crackdown on Big Tech and broader efforts to tighten its grip on data through new legislation and rules
  • Opinion piece was written by chairman of China Hualu Group, which is based in the northeastern port city of Dalian and specialises in audio recordings

Topic |   China technology
Ou Li’s opinion piece was published soon after the state asset watchdog in Tianjin ordered its firms to accelerate data migration from cloud services run by tech giants. Photo: Shutterstock Ou Li’s opinion piece was published soon after the state asset watchdog in Tianjin ordered its firms to accelerate data migration from cloud services run by tech giants. Photo: Shutterstock
Ou Li’s opinion piece was published soon after the state asset watchdog in Tianjin ordered its firms to accelerate data migration from cloud services run by tech giants. Photo: Shutterstock
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