The CEO of app developer Deniu Technology was sentenced to more than five years in prison for apps that helped users spoof their location on office software. Photo: Shutterstock
The CEO of app developer Deniu Technology was sentenced to more than five years in prison for apps that helped users spoof their location on office software. Photo: Shutterstock
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Fake work attendance app for Alibaba’s office tool DingTalk lands developer in prison for five-and-a-half years

  • Beijing Deniu Technology CEO Zhang Chaojie was convicted of ‘sabotaging computer systems’ for apps that spoofed location and Wi-Fi data
  • The executive argued that allowing some workers to check in late ‘isn’t very serious’, and said the apps do more than just fake GPS coordinates

Topic |   Alibaba
The CEO of app developer Deniu Technology was sentenced to more than five years in prison for apps that helped users spoof their location on office software. Photo: Shutterstock
The CEO of app developer Deniu Technology was sentenced to more than five years in prison for apps that helped users spoof their location on office software. Photo: Shutterstock
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