China has more than 700 hundred million internet users, but if tech companies want a slice of the action, they’ll have to abide by the country’s tight censorship laws.
The reminder comes from Qi Xiaoxia, director general of the Bureau of International Cooperation at the Cyberspace Administration of China, who spoke at the UN’s Internet Governance Forum in Geneva, according to Reuters.
“That’s a question maybe in many people’s minds, why Google, why Facebook are not yet working and operating in China … If they want to come back, we welcome,” Qi said. Read more…
Original article –