News & Insights
CHINA: Data Regulations Expand to Radio Signals and Other Non-personal Industrial Data
China’s Ministry of Industry and Information released its latest draft Measures on Administration of Data Security in the Sectors of Industry and Information, seeking public comments by February 21, 2022.
Shanghai and Shenzhen: Municipal-level Data Regulations Indicate A Trend of China’s Data Governance
Economic hubs like Shanghai and Shenzhen have led the reform of Chinese regime for a few decades, forward-looking businesses are recommended to monitor their practices closely.
China regulates algorithms that could discriminate consumers or mislead public opinions
On first business day of 2022, China’s regulatory authority released a new regulation to prevent the algorithmic discrimination. Companies who applies machine learning technologies should reach out a lawyer who is familiar with the information technology to assess their risks.
FuJae Partners advises Veranex on acquisition of Worrell
On December 7, 2021, Veranex announced that it entered into a binding agreement to acquire Worrell. The transaction has been closed in December 2021.
FuJae Partners Held a Client-exclusive Webinar on China’s Data Regulatory Landscape
It is expected that the year of 2022 will be a year of enforcement of data-related laws. Multinational companies who have presences in China or provide products/services to Chinese consumers need to take compliance actions. However, before diving into details, one needs to prioritize the compliance work by assessing the practical risks in front of this wave of legislation.
Webinar on December 14/16, 2021: China’s Data Regulatory Landscape
Before diving into details, one needs to get a clear big picture on what exactly the Personal Information Protection Law is for, and what are other critical regulatory requirements beyond the personal data protection, so that he/she may prioritize the work.
China: a momentous draft regulation demonstrates the regulator’s approach in enforcing the data-related laws
It is so far the most comprehensive implementing rules under the country’s overall structure of data governance.
China: the data authority issued its draft rules governing cross-border data transfers, seeking public comments
The Draft could widely affect both foreign companies who have operations in China and those China-headquartered multinational corporations.
PRC Personal Information Protection Law – Key Compliant Issues
We found that PIPL has quite a few China specific features. As such, for businesses in China who are already GDPR and PIPL compliant, additional efforts may need to be considered and made.