Paul Mozur, The New York Times, December 27, 2016

It has been a tough year in China for America’s technology companies. Uber sold off its operations there. Beijing ordered some of Apple’s services shuttered. And Microsoft faced a new inquiry. Now, in the final days of 2016, China’s internet regulator suggested the coming year may be even trickier. A report by the regulator on Tuesday suggested it would formalize a cybersecurity review system on tech products in the country. That could mean another problematic step for foreign tech firms in what has already become a tough market. […read more]