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Daily Dashboard | Op-ed: China’s PIPL could help privacy invasions Related reading: What's new and what's not in the EU's AI regulation




In an op-ed for the South China Morning Post, Columnist Wang Xiangwei writes China’s draft Personal Information Protection Law and other legislation could help with a thriving industry in the country that is profiting off privacy invasions. Xiangwei writes of significant data leaks and rising public concern over data harvesting and illegal sale. PIPL “may help curb some of China’s most widespread privacy abuses — but don’t hold out hope it will address the significant imbalance where national security and business interests are concerned,” he writes.
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