Dutch Athletes Warned Not to Bring Electronics to Beijing Olympics

Dutch athletes are being warned not to bring their phones and laptops to China for the Beijing Winter Olympics over espionage fears.

China Will Ban Companies From Going Public Overseas

China is on the verge of closing a loophole, making it illegal for companies to go public overseas.

China Cracking Down on Exporting Customer Data Internationally

China is cracking down on exporting customer data internationally, requiring that companies get the government’s permission first.

China’s Regulators May Ban Data-Heavy Companies From US IPOs

China’s regulators may look to ban data-heavy companies from pursing IPOs in the US.

Zoom In Hot Water Over Censorship On Behalf of Beijing

Zoom has found itself in hot water again, this time over suspending accounts at the request of the Chinese government.

UK Will Reevaluate Huawei’s Role in Networks

Following a decision to allow Huawei to participate in Britain’s next-gen networks, it seems as though the government is reevaluating its stance.

FCC Goes After Telecoms With Ties to China

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has thrown down the gauntlet, going after telecom companies that have strong ties to Beijing.

Huawei Focusing on China As Worldwide Growth Slows

Huawei is focusing on its home turf in the race to rollout 5G, while its worldwide growth slows as a result of U.S. pressure.

U.S. Reveals Evidence on Huawei’s Spying Risk

According to the report, U.S. officials say that Huawei is exploiting a legitimate backdoor that is reserved for law enforcement.

Chloe Bennet Says Acting Career Took Off When She Changed Her Name

Actress Chloe Bennet believes her luck in Hollywood changed within days of adopting a new surname. The 22-year-old actress was born Chloe Wang, the daughter of a Chinese father and Caucasian mother in Chicago, IL. “I was having trouble booking…