According to a post on China Law Blog, China’s Cyberspace Administration Office has created the Regulations on Network Protection of Children’s Personal Information, which will go into force Oct. 1. The new rules aim to regulate the collection and processing of personal information of children ages 14 and under. Most notably for operators, the regulations call for limits on data collection, parental consent and for operators to designate one person to oversee the protection of children's data. The regulations also map out a specific process for obtaining parental consent.
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