New Chinese Measures for Data Security Administration

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On May 28, 2019, Measures on Administration of Data Security (Measures) were issued by the Cyberspace Administration of China, along with an invitation for submissions in a public consultation. The Measures will constitute a binding regulation when finally issued and implemented, and will apply to both personal data and industrial data (the main focus being important data as described below), and to both websites and apps.

The Measures provide for a number of implementing provisions concerning aspects of data collection, data usage and processing, and data security administration. Given the specific requirements provided in the draft Measures, the Measures are likely to have a major impact on the data compliance performance of network operators once in force.


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