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Currently, Article 41 of the PRC Cyber Security Law provides that personal information should only be collected if it is necessary. In the absence of judicial guidance, one of the challenges faced by app operators and ...
Accountability is a key concept under data protection regimes that refers to the obligations on a data controller to demonstrate compliance with applicable data protection requirements. What are the accountability ...
The long-awaited draft of the Personal Information Protection Law of China (“Draft PI Protection Law”) was officially released for public consultation on 21 October 2020. In this article, which is the first of a series ...
Consistent with international practice, the draft PRC Personal Information Protection Law ("Draft PI Protection Law") contains a comprehensive set of individual rights. In Part 3 of our four part series, we will explore ...
The long-awaited draft of the Personal Information Protection Law of China (“Draft PI Protection Law”) was submitted for its first deliberation during the PRC National People’s Congress Standing Committee on 13 Oct ...
Draft revised rules on security assessment on providing new internet business published
On 13 June 2019, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) issued a long-awaited second draft Measures on Security Assessment for Export of Personal Information. In this update we examine some of the key takeaways.
The China Cybersecurity Law was passed on 7 November 2016 and will come into effect on 1 June 2017.
Cyber Fraud: An alternative approach to recover defrauded monies
The Cybersecurity Law came into force on 1 June 2017. As reported previously in Update (3), one area under the law that concerns many businesses operating in China