China passed a revised anti-terrorism law last December after dropping some controversial language. But foreign companies remain uneasy over its requirements they share key technology with the government. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Corporate unease over Beijing’s anti-terrorism law isn’t problem unique to China, says senior UN cybersecurity official

Jean-Paul Laborde tells the Post that greater dialogue between private and public players can help strike that elusive balance between protecting national security and individual freedoms

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China passed a revised anti-terrorism law last December after dropping some controversial language. But foreign companies remain uneasy over its requirements they share key technology with the government. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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