Navigating through Cloud Computing Regulations and Enforcement in China

Oct 18, 2018
| By Jacelyn Johnson
Jeanette Chan, Managing Partner – China Practice, and David Lee, Counsel at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP speaks to China Law & Practice about the key regulations, foreign investment trends and personal data issues governing cloud computing in China.
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China has maintained and in fact recently increased their focus on tightening and monitoring data security as a conscious measure to protect national security. Since entering the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001, China has taken various measures to open up its borders to the telecommunications industry, but it does seem that there is still a tight hold over foreign investments and ownership, especially in this era of cloud computing. Jeanette Chan and David Lee of Paul Weiss shares with us their thoughts on the current legislative state and future trend of cloud computing in China.

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