The Global Times reports China unveiled a draft data protection law. The draft law includes definitions for sensitive data, including biometric, financial, ethnic and religious information. Any organization found to have committed a violation under the proposed bill would face penalties of $7.4 million or 5% of its past year's revenue. The Cyberspace Administration of China would also have the ability to place organizations and individuals on a blacklist for misusing citizens' data.
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