Oct 24, 2016 06:24 PM

Alibaba's Jack Ma Urges Security Authorities to Use Big Data to Crack Down On Crime

(Beijing) — E-commerce tycoon Jack Ma has proposed that China's security bureau use big data to crack down on crime, showing his support for the government practice of demanding companies share data with authorities.

"It's easy to re-evaluate past actions or decisions after the fact, but what can we do beforehand to prevent crimes?" the founder and CEO of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. said at a lecture in Beijing.

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