The vice president of one of China’s largest tech firms praised the country’s new Cybersecurity Law but said its finer points still need clarity, the South China Morning Post reports. Tencent Vice President Ding Ke said the Cybersecurity Law is a step in the right direction, but he hopes the guidelines for any future legislation will be more clear and aimed toward the future. Ke added the Cybersecurity Law needs to not only ensure hardware devices are protected but also safeguard assets within the hardware. Tencent's popular app, WeChat, is currently being investigated for violating the new law.
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