(Reporter Zhao Peng) Yesterday, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology notified the second batch of APPs that infringed on the rights and interests of users, and 15 products were on the black list.
According to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the ministry is currently carrying out special rectification work of APP infringing on users' rights and interests in accordance with plans and stages. On the same day, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology notified the society of the second batch of 15 APPs including Ruixing Coffee that found problems and did not complete the rectification.
The reporter noticed that these enterprises mainly involved problems such as illegal collection, use of user personal information, unreasonable request for user rights, and obstacles to user account logout.
As an app of Ruixing Coffee, Luckin Coffee was criticized by name for collecting personal information privately; the problem involved in the End of the World community is excessively asking for permission; popular videos have no permission and are not allowed; some information even appears to share information privately Third parties; Zhimibei words have problems such as account logout difficulties; Jincheng.com's flagship version has problems such as forcing users to use the directed push function.
Regarding the violating apps, the relevant parties stated that they would never condone them, nor would they lift them up and lower them gently. This time, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology also announced that during the special operation, the first three enterprises that had not completed the rectification as required had been removed from the organization according to law. These include three apps: Renren Video, Chunyu Pedometer and Wei Chang-Original Music.
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has clearly stated that the second batch of 15 APPs such as Ruixing Coffee that found problems in this notification must complete the rectification and implementation work before January 17, 2020.
(Responsible editor: Yin Junhong)