Beijing calls out Amazon, ByteDance, NetEase for violating users’ rights in latest crackdown

China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has called out apps made by Amazon, NetEase and Tiktok-owner ByteDance, as well as 142 others apps, for violating users’ rights.Amazon’s China app and NetEase’s Dashen, an online community for gamers, have illegally collected user information, the ministry said in its latest list of problematic apps released on Monday.In addition, Douyin Lite, a version of TikTok’s Chinese app made for lower-end phones, did not clearly display app…


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