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Data security law: China orders state firms to migrate to government cloud services

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]With just days to go until the national data security law comes into effect, China’s state assets watchdog has ordered its firms to accelerate data migration from cloud services by tech giants like Alibaba and Tencent to the government’s own infrastructure.Data security is high on the government’s agenda and the move is expected to send turbulence through the country’s cloud service market, now dominated by private players.In a notice posted online on Friday, the State-owned Assets Supervision…

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With just days to go until the national data security law comes into effect, China’s state assets watchdog has ordered its firms to accelerate data migration from cloud services by tech giants like Alibaba and Tencent to the government’s own infrastructure.Data security is high on the government’s agenda and the move is expected to send turbulence through the country’s cloud service market, now dominated by private players.In a notice posted online on Friday, the State-owned Assets Supervision…

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