New practice note on cross-border data transfers

Practical Law China publishes new practice note on cross-border data transfers in China.

We have published Practice note, Cross-border data transfers: China ( www.practicallaw.com/w-006-7405) , contributed by MWE China Law Offices.

This practice note is an overview of the Chinese regulatory regime on data transfers from China to other jurisdictions. This note sets out key types of data that must be stored in China and addresses the interplay between data localisation and the regimes governing state secrets and archives. The note also guides businesses operating in China on how to prepare for and implement data outflows and how these rules may affect information system architecture decisions.

 
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