Reuters is reporting that Apple is building a new datacenter in Guizhou, China. It is doing this in order to abide by China's new strict cybersecurity laws. But don't worry, no data surveillance is going to happen. None at all. An Apple spokesman in Shanghai told Reuters the center is part of a planned $1 billion investment into the province. "These regulations require cloud services be operated by Chinese companies so we're partnering with GCBD to offer iCloud," it said, referring to its online data storage service. "The addition of this data center will allow us to improve the speed and reliability of our products and services while also complying with newly passed regulations," Apple said in a statement to Reuters. Apple also said it had strong data privacy and security protections in place. "No backdoors will be created into any of our systems," it said.