Here you will find English translations of official Chinese government laws, policies, and press releases related to mobile technology - particularly mobile apps and mobile games in China. Each includes a link to the original post on the web.
These are useful for developers who are publishing apps for the Chinese market, to ensure they are compliant with the latest laws and regulations.
Link to a list of the game licenses issued each year by SAPPRFT for mobile iOS and Android, console and online games, by both foreign and domestic companies.
Chinese government notification of apps that have infringed on the eight recent government requirements for app data, including a list of the infringing apps.
A chart outlining the Chinese government's eight restrictions on game developers to help curb gaming addiction in youth.
Notice from the Chinese government regulators detailing how sensitive personal information collected from app users should be handled.
Guide for app publishers and distributors on what the Chinese government considers excessive and improper handling of personal user info and permissions.
Special rectification action against app developers and distributors infringement of user rights.
A government official offers clarifying information on the recent notice of measures meant to prevent youth addiction to online and mobile games in China.
SAPPRFT government notice to game companies to help curb gaming addiction in minors by implementing a real-name verification system and restricting access.
A detailed description of the official process for approving and licensing a mobile, PC, or console game in China.
An online games ethics committee is established in Beijing to regulate the moral and ethical content of online and mobile games in China.
Chinese government guidelines for mobile apps with social media components and regulation of content.