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Daily Dashboard | Top 5 operational impacts of China's PIPL: Part 3 — Personal information protection officer Related reading: A view from DC: The gossip test for sensitive data

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China's Personal Information Protection Law has been in effect since Nov. 1, 2021, but privacy professionals and organizations are still trying to fully grasp the law's key provisions and nuances. In this third article in a five-part series exploring the top 5 operational impacts of the PIPL, Xiaomi Head of Security and Privacy Compliance Wenkuan Song analyzes the law's personal information protection officer requirement with a look into which companies need to appoint an officer, general responsibilities and more. 
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