In stark contrast to the rapid development of e-commerce in China, it has taken nearly five years and no less than four drafts for China to finalise its first e-Commerce Law. The new law will enter into force on 1 January 2019.
This new law has a remarkably broad scope, encompassing many aspects of e-commerce, including, for example, e-payments, … Continue Reading
On 19 May 2017, the Cyberspace Administration of China (the “CAC“) released a revised draft of its Security Assessment for Personal Information and Important Data Transmitted Outside of the People’s Republic of China Measures (the “Second Draft Export Review Measures“).
The draft emerged just over a week after public comments closed on the first draft of … Continue Reading
At the Plenary Session held today (July 6th, 2016) in Strasbourg, the European Parliament adopted the position agreed with the Council on a Directive on common rules of security of network and information systems across the EU on its second reading. The main elements of the Directive are:… Continue Reading