Ride-hailing app Didi was ordered to leave the Chinese app store just days after the Chinese tech giant launched a stake in New York.slotxo
China's cyberspace regulator said Didi had violated laws regarding the collection of users' personal data and ordered it to be removed.The company said the app will continue to work. but says it has stopped registering new users.
Recently, China has enhanced the governance of the country's large technology companies.Didi Chuxing, a platform similar to Uber or Lyft, serves an average of 20 million trips in China every day.
Founded in 2012, it's especially popular in China's busy cities. But expanding outside of China to 15 other markets.last week The company raised $4.4 billion through an initial public offering in New York. This makes it the largest stock launch since Chinese online retailer Alibaba in 2014.