After crackdown on Didi, China opens cybersecurity probes into 3 more tech firms

GUANGZHOU, China — Chinese regulators maintain opened a cybersecurity review into U.S.-listed Boss Zhipin and subsidiaries of Elephantine Truck Alliance.

The Our on-line world Administration of China (CAC) acknowledged the probe had been opened to “prevent national data security risks” as the crackdown on the nation’s technology sector continues.

Yunmanman and Huochebang, subsidiaries of the Fresh York-listed Elephantine Truck Alliance had been two of the companies named by regulators. Boss Zhipin, an on-line recruitment platform backed by tech giant Tencent and listed on the Nasdaq, used to be also centered by the CAC.

All over the cybersecurity review, these companies are now not allowed to register new users.

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