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Daily Dashboard | Top 5 operational impacts of China's PIPL — Part 5: International data transfers Related reading: Using sensitive data to prevent AI discrimination: Does the EU GDPR need a new exception?




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 final article in a five-part series exploring the top 5 operational impacts of the PIPL, Covington & Burling Partner Yan Luo, Associate Irina Danescu and Legal Consultant Vicky Liu provide an overview of the law's scope for cross-border data transfers and the potential transfer mechanisms at companies' disposal. Editor's note: The entire five-part series, the "Top-5 Operational Impacts of China’s PIPL,” is available in the IAPP Resource Center.
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