The CCP’s Revised Rules Governing Mobile Apps to Take Effect in August

It was reported on June 14 that Communist China’s Cyberspace Administration said on Tuesday that it would put into effect revised rules governing mobiles apps on Aug. 1.

In its draft of the rules in January, the Cyberspace Administration of Communist China said that mobile app providers must not use apps to conduct activities that endanger national security. It also said apps with functions that could influence public opinion would require security reviews.

Comment: The cyberspace for Communist Chinese citizens has been walled off by the CCP with far more control than in George Orwell’s 1984. For the CCP, even the Arabic numerals 6 and 4 endanger national security.

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