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How Xi’s four pillars of regulation will reshape China’s Big Tech

Shuli Ren
Shuli Ren7/27/2021 10:14 AM GMT+08  • 5 min read
How Xi’s four pillars of regulation will reshape China’s Big Tech
President Xi knows that China’s middle class will have his back.
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From the US to the European Union, governments are clearly uneasy with the pervasive power of Big Tech: The influence of their social media platforms on elections, the security of the vast amount of consumer data they store, and the exploitation of gig economy workers who don’t enjoy health insurance or receive overtime pay.

In the US, Congressional hearings have been conducted and anti-trust lawsuits filed, but nothing substantial has come about. Judging by the Nasdaq 100 Stock Index, Big Tech in the West is still thriving.

China’s political leadership perceives the same set of problems as well. But China is willing to go a lot further to rein in the clout of its tech giants.

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