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What China’s Cybersecurity Law says about the Future

“As a contrast to Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation, which seeks to protect individual rights and rein in the actions of large corporates, China’s Cybersecurity Law provides an alternative vision about how nations may choose to apply the law toward cyberspace in the future. China’s Law requires network operators to cooperate with Chinese crime or security investigators, allow full access to data, and unspecified ‘technical support’ to the government upon request.”

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