This report, published by the Future of Privacy Forum, provides an overview of data localization and cross-border transfers under the current Chinese data protection regime. It examines various laws and regulations and proposes steps that data controllers can take before deciding to localize or transfer data.
Demystifying Data Localization in China: A Practical Guide
CDPO, CDPO/BR, CDPO/FR, CIPM, CIPP/A, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, CIPT, LGPD
On this topic page, you can find the IAPP’s collection of coverage, analysis and resources related to privacy in China....
Top-5 Operational Impacts of China’s PIPL
This five-part series examines several facets of the Personal Information Protection Law of the People’s Republic of China....
Web Conference: China's PIPL Law — How it Can Affect You and What You Need to do Now
Original broadcast date: 14 October 2021 China has a new privacy law coming into force on November 1st and it can affect us all. PIPL is their data protection law and anyone who has data on Chinese residents needs to take action. Do you have Chinese visitors to your website, Chinese employees or su...
Web Conference: Changing Needs, Changing Laws: The Origin and Impact of China’s PIPL
Original broadcast date: Nov. 17, 2020 Click To Access Web ConferenceView All IAPP Web Conferences Since 2012, the legal protection of personal information in China has gradually been strengthened in response to practical economic and industry needs. As technology has advanced, so has China’s ...
Personal Information Protection Law of the People's Republic of China (English Translation)
This translation of the second draft of the "Personal Information Protection Law of the People's Republic of China" is published by the Stanford DigiChina Cyber Policy Center....