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24 July 2020
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) recently established third-party testing institutions to monitor mobile apps and ordered app operators found to have infringed users' rights and interests to rectify this problem.(1)
The MIIT subsequently found that 16 app operators had failed to meet the rectification requirements and ordered them to comply with its request by 25 May 2020. Failure to comply with the rectification requirements by that date would result in the MIIT issuing additional measures under the corresponding laws and regulations.
According to the MIIT, the 16 app operators had infringed users' rights and interests by:
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(1) For more information please see here.
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