The past week witnessed two major developments relating to data export from China. On one hand, the data export-related regulation was officially adopted which expands the scope of government assessment. On the other hand, the long-awaited draft personal data export standard contract and the rules relating to the application of the contract were released for
Tune in today! Hear CPW’s APAC Partner Scott Warren discuss the latest data privacy and cybersecurity issues in Asia as part of Global Privacy Podcast’s four-part series hosted by Nadia Ishaq. Episode 1 is available now and covers what Scott has coined, ‘The Data Privacy Continuum.’ Here he provides ways to break down data…
We are pleased to announce that Scott Warren has joined the faculty of PrivSec Global, which brings together leading experts from around the world for a two-day livestream event covering the latest information, guidance and advice on data protection, privacy and security.
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A Brief Analysis of Several Provisions on the Security Management for Automotive Data (Trial Implementation)
Connected vehicles capable of connecting to the internet and sharing data with external parties are experiencing exponential growth in China. Despite the apparent benefits of new technologies, they have also raised significant concerns over personal information protection, data protection and cybersecurity. As they are in many other countries, regulators in China are making tremendous efforts to catch up with these new technologies.
On August 16, 2021, China’s first regulation on automotive data security, Provisions on the Security Management for Automotive Data (Trial Implementation) (hereinafter referred to as the “Provisions”), was unveiled and goes into effect on October 1, 2021. The Provisions establish a preliminary compliance framework for automotive data security in China by defining automotive data and regulated entities, stipulating principles for data processing, specifying obligations of data processors, and setting forth rules for cross-border data transmission.
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As reported in our recent post, on August 20, 2021, the National People’s Congress Standing Committee of the People’s Republic of China passed the Personal Information Protection Law (the “PIPL”). The implementation date is set for November 1, 2021, though we await some additional detail via promulgation orders on a number of important provisions, as set forth below, from the regulatory authorities.
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After three rounds of revisions, on August 20, 2021, the National People’s Congress Standing Committee of the People’s Republic of China officially passed the Personal Information Protection Law (the “PIPL”).
- Fundamental Principle. The fundamental principles under the PIPL is that collection and processing PI should be limited only the minimum level as necessary to fulfill the specific purpose of PI processing; or the so-called “as minimum and as necessary” principle. PI processing beyond the level of minimum and necessity may be found a violation of the PIPL, even if individual consent is obtained or other formality is fulfilled. PI processing and compliance program should be set up always with the fundamental principles in mind.
The People’s Republic of China (China), has been active lately in passing several new laws and regulations relating to data privacy and security. Here are 2 of the recent laws which tend to focus more on those handling data national security and/or public interest (ala Critical Information Infrastructure or Important Data).
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