India forces Western giants to share data? The big guys slapped their faces, netizens: I look up to myself

At a time when people all over the country are deeply worried about Huawei’s Kirin chip may become the best, Microsoft, Facebook and other foreign technology giants have not been very comfortable recently, because India, the “third brother” next door, is making trouble again. < / P > < p > this is the case. According to foreign media reports, the Indian government is preparing to prepare a “mandatory data sharing” scheme, which aims at the global technology giants such as Microsoft, Google and Facebook, which have been rooted in India. According to the Committee of the Indian government, the purpose of the plan is to stimulate the local digital ecological industry in India and help the local small and medium-sized enterprises develop better and faster digital ecology. < p > < p > from the current outflow of information, we mainly collect anonymous information of some technology enterprises and Internet enterprises and non personal information data lacking of personal details. Data sharing is not a bad thing in itself, but the principle of data sharing is the premise of independent negotiation and voluntary negotiation. According to the chairman of the Commission, under this data sharing scheme, small and medium-sized enterprises in India can visit, browse and use some giant companies in India. For example, Facebook, which is a technology and Internet giant, can also capture more data information, including data from competitors and the Indian government. < p > < p > India, a country spoiled by the west, really has to admire the “three brothers” government’s brain hole. Although this plan sounds magnificent, it seems to be good for technology and Internet giants, but actually think about it and know that the speed of development of science and technology, the value and importance of data are the first to bear the brunt It is still unknown that the head company will protect itself. How can some small and medium-sized enterprises access their own data? Isn’t it to create competitors for themselves? Let’s put aside whether this plan is reasonable or not, and take a separate look at why India is carrying out this plan. In fact, in the eyes of many countries around the world, although India is not rich, it is a global IT power. It is not that India itself has powerful IT enterprises, but India has sent many strong people in it and Internet fields to the outside world. In many giant enterprises in Silicon Valley, such as Google, apple and Microsoft, many executives are Indian. Leaving aside the “hidden dragon” in the third world, India has made outstanding achievements in software value, and its digital ecosystem is much stronger than other third world countries. However, behind this brilliant achievement is the backwardness of India’s domestic infrastructure. Taking mobile communication equipment as an example, India has not yet completed the global coverage of 4G network. Even if it has already covered 4G network, it is the bottom one in the world. In view of these situations, it is not difficult to understand why the Indian government is preparing to force the launch of this data sharing scheme, which is almost to force the use of administrative orders to suck the blood of Western giants to feed back local Indian companies. Although the Indian government has a population of 1.3 billion and the world’s second largest low-cost productivity after China, many Western giants have chosen to set up branches in India or invest in India. However, this plan has indeed moved the cake of these technology enterprises. Therefore, after the news came out, the big American enterprises, including Amazon, Google and other giant enterprises, refused in a face and expressed strong protest and opposition. Many netizens have voiced their opinions for this. India really thinks highly of itself. Huawei has finally made a choice! Xiaomi and ov have also followed up. Have you ever thought about today?