China’s new privacy law could put companies like Apple in an awkward position, potentially forcing them to break the law by complying with foreign law enforcement data requests. Photo: Reuters China’s new privacy law could put companies like Apple in an awkward position, potentially forcing them to break the law by complying with foreign law enforcement data requests. Photo: Reuters
China’s new privacy law could put companies like Apple in an awkward position, potentially forcing them to break the law by complying with foreign law enforcement data requests. Photo: Reuters

With new privacy law, China could reshape cross-border data rules similar to Europe’s GDPR

  • China’s Personal Information Protection Law establishes mutually incompatible data governance standards that could put multinational companies at risk
  • With stricter standards and penalties than the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, China may be looking to set international standards

Topic |   Cybersecurity
China’s new privacy law could put companies like Apple in an awkward position, potentially forcing them to break the law by complying with foreign law enforcement data requests. Photo: Reuters China’s new privacy law could put companies like Apple in an awkward position, potentially forcing them to break the law by complying with foreign law enforcement data requests. Photo: Reuters
China’s new privacy law could put companies like Apple in an awkward position, potentially forcing them to break the law by complying with foreign law enforcement data requests. Photo: Reuters
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