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Data privacy: Didi removed from app stores

Only after going public, ride-hailing service Didi Chuxing is under attack by Chinese regulators. On Saturday the Cyberspace Administration ordered China’s internet providers to remove Didi from app stores, as reported by Bloomberg news agency. Currently, the popular app cannot be re-downloaded. Reasons list violations of privacy rules. As soon as Didi complies with national standards, a return to app stores is possible.

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