LeEco To Close Cloud Disk Personal Services At End Of June 2017

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
August 13, 2017

The Chinese government’s tightening noose on illegal Internet content has found its latest victim: LeEco.

LeEco’s cloud disk service announced service closure to individual users,

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  • and the company has informed users to back up their files before the deadline on June 30, nike lebron 13 pas cher 2017. adidas chaussures homme Thereafter, all files will be deleted from LeEco’s servers.

    LeEco stated that some people used its cloud disk service to store illegal files such as pirated movies or pornographic content. Therefore, the company decided to stop providing services to individual cloud disk users.

    LeEco previously suspended its cloud disk video upload function in October 2016. Fjällräven Kånken Ryggsäckar It said in a notice then that to cooperate with Chinese government’s special rectification campaign against pornographic contents spreading via cloud disks, nike tn pas cher they had suspended video upload service. nike mercurial junior Meanwhile, adidas neo hombre users’ existing video data would be maintained at that time.

    The notice also pointed out that the company would actively support government authorities to santize their servers of illegal content. Once detected, those contents would be automatically deleted and no backup or download services would be provided to users.

    Apart from LeEco,

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