Speaking at the China International Big Data Industry Expo in Guiyang, Guizhou province, Apple’s Greater China managing director, Isabel Ge Mahe, said security and privacy remain core company principles. Previously, Apple also hosted a stone-laying ceremony for the company’s first data center in the province in partnership with Guizhou-Cloud Big Data. The new center will help the company comply with a government policy requiring foreign service providers to store data on Chinese citizens in the country. Ge Mahe said the data center will help reduce delays, improve stability, and enhance the iCloud experience. While Apple maintains that its global policy ensures no backdoor access to Chinese iCloud, it will provide data upon legal order by Chinese authorities.
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