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China Cyber Security Law

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China’s controversial new cybersecurity law, effective as of June 1st, 2017, will be the country’s first comprehensive law on cybersecurity. While intended to combat hacking and terrorism, it also introduces sweeping measures on data localization, real-name requirements and surveillance that have raised concerns over increased state control, censorship, and a higher risk for industrial espionage and intellectual property theft. Find out what this new law entails and how it will affect firms doing business in China.
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