Didi Faces a Cybersecurity Probe From Officials in China

Didi headquarters in Beijing earlier this year. Photo: Yan Cong/Bloomberg News Updated July 16, 2021 3:02 am ET SINGAPORE—China sent state security and police officials to Didi Global Inc.’s DIDI -2.06% ride-hailing business on Friday as a part of a cybersecurity investigation,

Didi Falls Premarket as China's Probes Jolt Investors

HONG KONG—China’s regulatory probes into three technology companies shortly after their U.S. listings have caught global investors off guard, showing the risks of owning shares in fast-growing businesses that have come under Beijing’s microscope. On Tuesday morning, the American depositary receipts of

China Launches Review Into U.S.-Listed Chinese Tech Companies

A unit of China’s cybersecurity regulator launched data-security reviews of apps operated by two other U.S.-listed Chinese companies, just days after announcing a similar probe against ride-hailing giant Didi Global Inc. The latest action targets two truck-hailing apps operated by Full Truck

China Orders Ride-Hailing Firm Didi's App Removed From App Stores

HONG KONG—China ordered app-store operators to remove the app of ride-hailing giant Didi Global Inc.’s China arm, saying it has serious problems involving illegal collection of personal data. The Cyberspace Administration of China also ordered Didi Chuxing, the company’s China business, to

China Steps Up Antitrust Pressure on Internet Firms

SINGAPORE—Chinese regulators have intensified scrutiny of dozens of domestic internet companies for possible antitrust violations, people familiar with the matter said. In recent weeks, agents from government agencies including the antitrust watchdog, the cyber police and tax authorities have paid surprise visits