Big Ideas From Recent Trends in China’s Data Governance
By Nanda Min Htin
A look at the direction of China's data governance – and, by extension, the future of its digital economy.
China’s Tech Crackdown Could Give It an Edge
By Kevin Klyman
Analysts abroad assume China’s new regulations and restrictions on tech giants will destroy the industry. On the contrary, this is achieving several key goals for Beijing.
Will China’s Regulatory ‘Great Wall’ Hamper AI Ambitions?
By Ellen Lu and Ryan Fedasiuk
Beijing is taking a legal sledgehammer to the AI industry – at the expense of its own tech companies.
China’s Personal Information Protection Law and Its Global Impact
By Yiming “Ben” Hu
China first dedicated law on personal data protection will have a global impact.
New Chinese Law Tightens Requirements for Data Privacy
By Associated Press
The law would impose some of the world’s strictest controls on private sector handling of information about individuals.
China’s Hyperactive Debates on Personal Data Protection
By Xiao Liu
The draft of China’s first comprehensive law on personal information protection is the culmination of intense public interest in the subject.
Is China’s ‘Health Code’ Here to Stay?
By Chuyi Sheng and Zijia He
The genie is out of the bottle. What does the future hold for a permanent health code system?
What Does Hong Kong’s National Security Law Mean for Tech Companies?
By Xiaomeng Lu
The Hong Kong national security law will have implications for privacy, cybersecurity, data, and trade issues.
China's New Data Protection Scheme
By Qiheng Chen
China has released a draft regulation fleshing out its cybersecurity law.
Why China's Data Regulations Are a Compliance Nightmare for Companies
By Daniel Rechtschaffen
Legal ambiguities leave companies guessing where they must follow the laws and when they can just risk it.
Waiting for China’s Data Protection Law
By George G. Chen and Tiffany G. Wong
The lack of a unified legal framework may hamper China’s ongoing digitalization drive.