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Mobile operators, infrastructure providers, and service providers must develop new applications to meet the new needs of mobile users. Mobile users value the speed and cost of international connectivity. But until 5G is complete, these services are still in the early stages of development. IOT operators, cloud computing, and the capabilities of the internet of things are changing the way mobile users access, use, and pay for services. China Mobile’s 5G network will include a lot of flexibility and be structured to support the development of IOT solutions and smart cities. China Mobile’s vision is to build a smart city (New Network 2019).
China Mobile is also likely to start the process of replacing home and work mobile numbers with an identity system (Kumar 2018 ). Interestingly, the Chinese had previously made great strides in mobile service deployment (Chen 2015 ). This is likely to be seen as a retrograde step in a country with the largest mobile user base in the world. The process is likely to be quicker and more extensive than a comparable initiative undertaken in the EU.
The Chinese state telcos would also take measures to stop people using mobile phones outside the country (Qiao 2018 ). Travel agencies would be used to control mobile usage (Huang 2018 ). Phones would also be checked at the border or when devices connect to networks (Deng 2018 ). This would likely lead to many Europeans or Americans having to buy a Chinese phone if they are visiting China or from China is visiting Europe or the USA.
It’s unlikely that the WKDE enables direct measurement of network state or traffic. There are at least three reasons why:
- one only needs to reveal the information for a real attack. In contrast, it’s easy to abuse DNS to reveal a wide variety of information. WKDE could be abused to reveal the corresponding cell-ID, operator-ID and other information that you are willing to reveal. Worse, WKDE could be abused for any other network measure. For example, suppose a nation state is desperate to catch the users of its eavesdropping apps. It should build several DNS servers: one for the eavesdropping app, another for the app that registers the mobile traffic, another for the app that combines the mobile traffic and the eavesdropping app. And maybe more.
- most people in China aren’t aware of this. So WKDE is an expected method for the authorities. Neither ordinary users nor developers can easily know what WKDE is so that it can’t be used to track and find out more details about the user.
- no user’s data will be recorded in this case.
And when your mobile connection is totally international? This means international roaming: in another country and unable to receive services on your local network? As countries begin to regulate which mobile operators can be used within their borders, they risk making it extremely difficult for users to use their phones abroad. China, in particular, has announced its intention to limit data roaming in the country. The rationale for doing this is part of a planned upgrade for China Mobile’s service (Xiong 2019) and is reportedly prompted by concerns that Chinese users are abusing data roaming, leading to a negative impact on investment in China (Lee 2018). Consumer desire for the mobile internet will only continue to grow. US wireless carrier Sprint has already announced that it plans to launch an international-only data roaming option for mobile internet users. This is expected to be available in 2020 (Sprint 2019). Additionally, the Chinese technology giant Alibaba is already building a mobile network that will allow mobile users to roam on any network, anywhere, without the need for a SIM (China Mobile New Network 2019). Alibaba’s mobile network will rely on the mobile internet, operating on the fifth generation wireless technology (5G) standard and be able to provide its users with a roaming service that will be superior to international roaming options that exist at the time. Its mobile service offering will be based on a mobility management platform called FENQI that will allow for the seamless management and collection of users’ data (Alibaba Technology Co. 2019). 5ec8ef588b