By Susan Ning, Wu Han, Li Huihui , Zhang Lejian King & Wood Mallesons’ Commercial & Regulatory group
Over two months has passed since the Cyber Security Law of the People’s Republic of China (Cyber Security Law), a fundamental law in cyber security, took effect. Such a short period of time saw numerous changes: in legislation, implementing regulations dealing with “personal information protection”, “security assessment of cross-border transfer of personal information and important data” and “protection of critical information infrastructure (CII)” are under formulation; in law enforcement, regulatory authorities are taking resolute efforts to implement the Cyber Security Law, with specialized law enforcement campaigns in various places. Meanwhile, conflicts among network operators arise among others, in relation to ownership of personal information and data owners. All circles of the society are focusing on development in regulations associated with the Cyber Security Law and in law enforcement.
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