,SHANGHAI, March 18 - Chinese internet platformsshould protect the rights of consumers and avoid becomingmonopolies, state media outlet China Daily wrote on Thursday. In an editorial, the paper noted how two apps, UC Browserand 360 Search, were featured in an expose televised by statebroadcaster CCTV that accused them of violating consumer rights. Platform companies, the piece's unnamed author said, "mustrecognize that the secret to success is not monopoly, butperpetual innovation and long-term value creation." "If the interests of consumers and platform businesses arenot protected, platform enterprises themselves will suffer," thepiece said. China has stepped up scrutiny of its internet giants inrecent months, citing concerns over monopolistic behaviour andpotential infringement of consumer rights. Following the television show, UC Browser issued an apologyand said it had begun an investigation and taken correctivemeasures. Various app stores in China subsequently removed itfrom their listings. REUTERS
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