Some of China’s biggest state-owned companies are limiting their employees’ use of the domestic version of Tencent’s WeChat messaging app, citing security concerns, The Wall Street Journal reported. The move comes as the Chinese government continues to step up its scrutiny of Tencent and other tech giants in a sweeping crackdown on the country’s internet sector. Data security is one of the...
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