China calls for some US technology companies to abide by its policy




The New York Times reported that China has asked some US technology companies pledge directly contentious policies that may require them to convert users’ data and intellectual property to the government’s commitment.

The report said, citing unnamed sources that the Beijing document distributed to some US companies earlier in the summer of this year demanding that the longer that it will not harm the national security of China, and the Chinese that it will not store user data out of China.

The New York Times, which comes ahead of the visit of the President of China Xin Jinping to the US report did not specify, what are the companies that the Chinese government demanded the pledge.

And demanded the government’s largest country in terms of population in the world, companies that make the products “safe and under control”, which is considered the domain groups that they would be used to force the companies to build the so-called “back doors” that would allow outside parties access to their systems.

The Reuters news agency has quoted last month, sources told Reuters that China has resumed work on a set of regulations for the security of mail to the banks, which had been suspended earlier this year.

And it raised the previous regulations, which contained provisions calling for Chinese banks to buy local technical equipment, as sellers of technical Westerners demanding disclosure of the source code of confidentiality in the event of sale to the lenders, strong protests from foreign business lobbies and the United States and European governments.

In July, China’s legislature adopted a law radically to national security that must be provided for all infrastructure and basic information of the network systems “be safe and under control.”


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