China's Civil Code Expands Personal Information Protection, Strengthens Contractual Protections
Dec 3, 2020
| By Vincent Chow
Coming into effect in January, China's fundamental law introduces new provisions on personal information protection and strengthens weaker parties in contractual negotiations
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