China has recently elevated its requirements concerning data, particularly additional assessment requirements for cross-border transfers, with the introduction of laws on data safety and the protection of personal information in the past three months. Photo:A FP
China has recently elevated its requirements concerning data, particularly additional assessment requirements for cross-border transfers, with the introduction of laws on data safety and the protection of personal information in the past three months. Photo:A FP

China must clarify ‘uncertainty’ over data security laws, allow more cross-border transfers

  • China has introduced a Data Security Law and Personal Information Protection Law this year amid a drive to legislate how companies store, protect and share data
  • Report from the British Chamber of Commerce in China highlights concerns over uncertainty surrounding cybersecurity and data protection requirements

China has recently elevated its requirements concerning data, particularly additional assessment requirements for cross-border transfers, with the introduction of laws on data safety and the protection of personal information in the past three months. Photo:A FP
China has recently elevated its requirements concerning data, particularly additional assessment requirements for cross-border transfers, with the introduction of laws on data safety and the protection of personal information in the past three months. Photo:A FP
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