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How China’s PIPL Compares to EU GDPR

In this whitepaper, you will learn about:

  • The key similarities and differences between GDPR and PIPL
  • How to prepare for Data Privacy Compliance Under China’s PIPL
  • How to achieve privacy compliance across all data processing activities and projects
  • How to swiftly process data subject requests and enable coordination between stakeholders for reviews and approvals
  • You’ll also learn about completing effective cross-border data transfer risk assessments, identify and review data transfers from the EU and China, and remediate discovered vendor risks
  • How to Identify compromised data and impacted data subjects in a security incident
  • Finally, you can assess how compliant third-party vendors are with the PIPL and GDPR


In August 2021, China enacted its main data protection regulation, the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) which will come into effect on November 1, 2021. Just like the GDPR, the PIPL is going to have a great impact on organizations because of its extraterritorial application, strict compliance requirements, and hefty fines.

Organizations are required to review their policies and practices to ensure compliance with the PIPL. In this detailed comparison, you will understand the key differences between the PIPL and GDPR. Next, you will learn how your organization can comply with all the data protection principles of the PIPL.

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Our Readers Frequently Ask:

The GDPR applies if you, the data subject or the processing itself is in a European Union country. The PIPL applies if you or the data subject is in China, or if the processing is to provide products or services in China or analyze people in China.

Breaching the GDPR carries a maximum penalty depending on the nature of the breach; the maximum fine is €20 million or four percent of worldwide turnover from the previous financial year, whichever is greater.

Breaching the PIPL carries a maximum penalty of 50 million Chinese yuan or five percent of turnover from the previous financial year.

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