China’s computer network watchdog aforementioned on weekday it’s investigation on-line recruiter Zhipin, and truck-hailing apps Huochebang and Yunmanman, ramping up a suppression on the mainland’s school firms amid tightened laws on information security.

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The announcement comes every day once the computer network Administration of China (CAC) ordered a suspension of app downloads for Chinese ride-hailing large Didi international, that went public in an exceedingly United States of America listing last month.

Full Truck Alliance, the results of a merger between Huochebang and Yunmanman, and Kanzhun, the owner of Zhipin, went public within the United States of America stock exchange last month.

The 3 app-based businesses ought to halt new user registrations throughout the review, the CAC aforementioned in an exceedingly statement, adding that the investigations are to “prevent national information security risks and safeguard national security”.

The computer network agency didn’t provide any details regarding the investigation into the 3 apps, however cited China’s national security law and cybersecurity law.

Chinese regulators have conjointly recently tightened scrutiny of web platform firms, together with Alibaba cluster and Meituan, for anti-competitive practices.

Full Truck Alliance, typically dubbed “Uber for trucks”, has over ten million registered truck drivers and over five million truck house owners on its platform.

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Zhipin, that connects job seekers and employers, is China’s biggest on-line recruiter with twenty 4.9 million monthly active users within the half-moon of 2021, Kanzhun aforementioned in its prospectus.