In the News: Personal Information Law; Internet Unfair Competition; and Critical Information Infrastructure

Aug 24, 2021
| By Vincent Chow
National People's Congress passes landmark personal information protection law; SAMR releases draft unfair competition rules for internet industry; and State Council finalizes long-awaited draft on CII operators

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China passes landmark personal information protection law

China’s long-anticipated statute governing the protection of personal information has been enacted. On August 20, the National People’s Congress passed the PRC Law on the Protection of Personal Information (中华人民共和国个人信息保护法), to come into effect November 1.

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