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Although the Chinese Communist Party urges its firms to expand into global markets, the party’s intimate relationship with China’s tech sector has made overseas consumers wary.
Tech products from China, such as affordable smartphones, are regularly accused of having security flaws and even claimed to be tools for government spying.
More recent reports suggest that private conversations on We Chat are sometimes monitored by the Chinese police.
Lately, under pressure from Beijing, Apple removed 674 VPN applications – tools that can be used to circumvent censorship – from its Chinese app store.
In Early December, the Indian government reportedly blacklisted We Chat, together with another 41 apps, categorising them as spyware.
Although there is no firm evidence to prove that these products have actually been used for government spying, such suspicions are not entirely groundless.
It is not unusual for internet companies to conduct censorship according to local law, but in a country like China the law can be used to persecute dissidents and activists.
Recently, nine Australian cross-border payment service providers have partnered with We Chat Pay to connect Australian merchants to Chinese consumers.Entrepreneur Jack Ma, the firm’s founder, was already placed in Time magazine’s 100 most influential men in the world, and is the second richest person in China as well as the thirty-ninth richest in the world.