Apple bows to China’s new stringent cyber laws, announces first ever Chinese data center

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Apple will reportedly open its first ever Chinese data center in order to comply with China’s new controversial and stringent cybersecurity laws. The tech giant’s new data center is set to be located in the south-western Guizhou province and will be operated in partnership with a local data management firm called Guizhou-Cloud Big Data Industry Co Ltd (GCBD).

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