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U.S. Tech Companies Press Case Against Restrictive Chinese Rules | WSJ

The proposed restrictions are the latest sign of the continuing repercussions from information about U.S. government intelligence-gathering tactics leaked by Edward Snowden, a former contractor for the National Security Agency. Among other things, Mr. Snowden alleged U.S. authorities hacked millions of Chinese phone messages.

China has issued restrictions that so far affect the country’s banking sector, but officials there have said they are under review and may be extended to telecommunication and other sectors, according to the letter.

米ハイテク企業、中国のソースコード開示要求に対抗 | WSJ

中国ネット監視新規定「米中自由貿易協定違反」と米政財界で批判強まる | 大紀元

新規定は、中国国内の銀行にコンピューターなどの情報技術製品を納入する、すべての中国と外国企業を対象にしている。ソースコードなど企業の知的財産権にあたる極秘重要情報を中国当局に公開すること、中国の暗号化方式を用いること、当局による企業情報監視のためのバックドアの設置などを義務付けている。

China’s New Rules Ask Tech Firms to Hand Over Source Code | IEEE Spectrum

New Rules in China Upset Western Tech Companies | NYTimes.com

The Chinese government has adopted new regulations requiring companies that sell computer equipment to Chinese banks to turn over secret source code, submit to invasive audits and build so-called back doors into hardware and software, according to a copy of the rules obtained by foreign technology companies that do billions of dollars’ worth of business in China.

Some of America’s largest tech companies could be hurt by the rules, including Apple, which is making a big push into the country. Apple has used new encryption methods in the iPhone 6 that are based on a complicated mathematical algorithm tied to a code unique to each phone. Apple says it has no access to the codes, but under the proposed antiterrorism law, it would be required to provide a key so that the Chinese government could decrypt data stored on iPhones.

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