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China’s revised draft data localisation measures

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 the measures, which we discussed in our earlier briefing here (the “First Draft Export Review Measures“).  There was a significant volume of industry commentary, and the Second Draft Export Review Measures do, to an extent,

Posted in Internet, Policy & Regulation Photo of Jun WeiPhoto of Sherry Gong

CAC issued draft regulations: Cyberspace protection of minors is on agenda

On September 30, 2016, the Cyberspace Administration of China (the “CAC“) issued the draft for comments of the Regulations on Cyberspace Protection of Minors (the “Draft“).  A “Minor” is not defined in the Draft, but defined under the Minor Protection Law as any citizen under the age of 18.  The term “citizen” is likely to be interpreted as a citizen of China.  However, in the Guidelines for Personal Information Protection within Information Systems for Public and Commercial Services on Information Security Technology (the “Guidelines“), the same term is defined as