China is establishing a data governance framework that seeks to ensure the security of what it deems important data, putting limits on how businesses collect and use sensitive personal information. Photo: Shutterstock China is establishing a data governance framework that seeks to ensure the security of what it deems important data, putting limits on how businesses collect and use sensitive personal information. Photo: Shutterstock
China is establishing a data governance framework that seeks to ensure the security of what it deems important data, putting limits on how businesses collect and use sensitive personal information. Photo: Shutterstock

China’s sweeping Personal Information Protection Law to come into effect on November 1

  • The law, one of the world’s toughest on personal data security, will make it harder and costlier for tech firms in China to access and use consumer information
  • The full text of the final law has not been released, but Xinhua reported that it would empower users to turn off targeted advertising

Topic |   China technology
China is establishing a data governance framework that seeks to ensure the security of what it deems important data, putting limits on how businesses collect and use sensitive personal information. Photo: Shutterstock China is establishing a data governance framework that seeks to ensure the security of what it deems important data, putting limits on how businesses collect and use sensitive personal information. Photo: Shutterstock
China is establishing a data governance framework that seeks to ensure the security of what it deems important data, putting limits on how businesses collect and use sensitive personal information. Photo: Shutterstock
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