China’s Measures for the Security Assessment of Outbound Data Transfers: What are “Important Data”?


By: Jennifer Baccanello / On: November 3, 2022


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This episode of LawLink focuses on China’s Measures for the Security Assessment of Outbound Data Transfers, which came into effect on September 1.  It is based on the content of SINOTALKS.COM In Brief No. 20 written by Dr. Mei Gechlik, Founder and CEO of SINOTALKS.COM.  SINOTALKS.COM In Brief aims at demystifying Chinese law and policy to help readers craft evidence-based strategies for their China-related issues.

Further Reading:

Security, “Important Data”, & Courts in China

Transferring Data from China to Other Countries Could Become Costly & Difficult

Game Changer!—Guiding Cases Empowered by a Chinese High Court’s Retrial Order

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