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To keep up with the rapidly evolving digital landscape, China has passed three significant laws:
The PIPL, CSL, and DSL to ensure data privacy and data security of the citizens of China.
This framework applies to all organizations present or doing business in China's territory. Therefore organizations need to take a proactive approach and prepare themselves to comply with these laws.
To help you comply with Chinese privacy laws, experts at Securiti have prepared this comprehensive guide regarding the collection, processing, retention, and transfer of data.
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Foreign businesses and organizations, including those in Hong Kong, which process the personal information of individuals in China, must comply with PIPL.
China’s CSL was enacted on November 7, 2016, and came into effect on June 1, 2017.
The PIPL is regarded as China's version of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It lays out a comprehensive set of rules for how business operators should collect, use, process, share, and transfer personal information in China.
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