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In recent weeks, Australian Senator James Paterson has pressed Chinese ride sharing company Didi on its privacy policies as they relate to Australian customers.
After a year long investigation, the Chinese cyber regulator announced a fine of over 1 billion US dollars on ride-hailing company Didi for violating laws on cybersecurity, data security and personal information protection. This marks the end of China's first cybersecurity review.
China has taken a series of actions recently in an effort to tighten scrutiny of the data security practices of domestic technology companies. Most prominently, the Cybersecurity Review Office (CRO) and Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) initiated multiple cybersecurity reviews, including one on Chinese ride-hailing company Didi. These investigations all