A decision was made after a technical analysis conducted by the National Cyber Security Center after the introduction of US sanctions against the Chinese company.
On July 8, online retailer agreed with the US Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Asset Control to resolve an “apparent violations of multiple OFAC sanction programs”.
According to US Secretary of State, Washington is seriously discussing such a possibility.
The reasons are “abusive behaviors,” “toxic communities” and “hateful conduct.”
Deputy Chairman of the Commission, Nikolay Bulaev, said that 240 thousand requests per second were coming to the site.
In total, the Cyberspace Administration of China conducted an audit in relation to 31 major video platforms; 10 of them were fined.
It contains unique identifiers and phone numbers of users.
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They are allegedly connected with the authorities of these countries and were involved in “information operations”.