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Tech, Data, Telecoms & Media

16 October 2020
Samuel Yang MIIT exposes second and third batches of apps infringing users' rights and interests

China - AnJie Law Firm

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) recently instructed third-party testing agencies to examine certain mobile apps and issued the Second and Third Batches of Apps that Infringe Upon Users' Rights and Interests, requiring operators of said apps to make rectifications. Numerous apps did not complete their rectifications before the designated timelines. As a result, the MIIT may impose fines.

Authors: Samuel Yang, Yang Chen
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