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

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

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

China’s new privacy law, which takes effect in November, will have far-reaching implications for how companies that do business in the country handle cross-border data, possibly helping Beijing establish global standards for data management, according to legal experts.Under China’s Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL), previously standard business operations such as sending mainland Chinese client data to regional head offices in Hong Kong or Singapore could be subject to strict protocols…

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