Alibaba Cloud, China’s largest cloud service provider, has been accused by the Zhejiang telecoms regulator of violating China’s Cybersecurity Law following a complaint related to a 2019 data leak. Photo: Bien Perez
Alibaba Cloud, China’s largest cloud service provider, has been accused by the Zhejiang telecoms regulator of violating China’s Cybersecurity Law following a complaint related to a 2019 data leak. Photo: Bien Perez
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Alibaba Cloud data leak ‘violated Cybersecurity Law’ in 2019 and must rectify, local Chinese telecoms regulator says

  • The Zhejiang Communications Administration said last month that Alibaba disclosed user information without consent following a complaint about the 2019 incident
  • Alibaba Cloud said it has already taken corrective measures but did not provide details

Alibaba Cloud, China’s largest cloud service provider, has been accused by the Zhejiang telecoms regulator of violating China’s Cybersecurity Law following a complaint related to a 2019 data leak. Photo: Bien Perez
Alibaba Cloud, China’s largest cloud service provider, has been accused by the Zhejiang telecoms regulator of violating China’s Cybersecurity Law following a complaint related to a 2019 data leak. Photo: Bien Perez
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