US looks to cut China cloud access to AWS, Azure and more

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The Biden administration is preparing a plan that would see China’s access to cloud computing services restricted as the two countries continue to battle it out.

As reported by the Wall Street Journal, the move comes in response to a workaround that has seen Chinese companies renting cloud compute instances to bypass bans on chips set out by the US, and often, for cheaper.

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