And other software also has similar content, such as wechat payment, which we are familiar with. Article 11 exemption clause of its service agreement also has similar provisions.
11.1 the party who is unable to perform or cannot fully perform this agreement due to force majeure may be exempted from liability. Force majeure refers to the objective situation that can not be foreseen, avoided and overcome by all parties to this agreement. In addition, in view of the special nature of the network, in case of any of the following circumstances, including but not limited to, causing TenPay to fail to perform its obligations under this agreement, each party may be exempted from liability:
(4) Termination of service due to government control;
11.2 in case of the above force majeure event, either party shall immediately notify the other party in writing of such event. Each party shall decide whether to continue to perform this agreement according to the degree of influence of the event on the performance of the agreement.
So its over interpreted online. This no responsibility clause has been in place all the time, not because of the temporary intention of the tiktok incident in recent days, but as a common practice of multinational companies to avoid political risks in actual business operations. After all, some countries have not launched sanctions in the near future.
Therefore, the agreement which came into effect on October 1 has indeed been updated, but it certainly has nothing to do with the cut off supply and exemption.
In addition, all kinds of domestic systems also need to be refuelled. Rumors can be found on the Internet, which shows that Chinese people pay great attention to the autonomy of the system, and there is no mistake in thinking of danger in times of safety.