It became known that Chinese users will stop receiving notifications from some mobile applications. The ban on sending notifications was announced by the PRC Cyberspace Administration.
Among other things, regulatory tightening was announced as part of the government's strengthening campaign to contain the growing impact of Internet companies on the daily lives of its citizens. According to Xie Dengke, CAC spokesman, the agency will direct more efforts to control the sources of information of mobile applications. In addition, it will limit the volume of notifications, which will be done to put things in order in the Internet environment.
Thus, Chinese users will no longer receive notifications from media-related mobile applications, from independent accounts that do not operate in accordance with the rules. Among other things, the CAC will identify information that the organization believes is harmful and objectionable.
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