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Apple's New Joint Venture in China Helps Overcome Tighter Legislation

Jim Riley

18th July 2017

Apple has entered into a joint venture in China to open a new data centre to serve iCloud users there.

The move follows the introduction of tighter cyber-security laws in China which require mobile device operators (amongst others) to host all user data in the country rather than outside.

The video below from the FT explains the move in a little more detail.

Jim Riley

Jim co-founded tutor2u alongside his twin brother Geoff! Jim is a well-known Business writer and presenter as well as being one of the UK's leading educational technology entrepreneurs.

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