It Is Now More Difficult For International Pharma To Transfer Data Out Of China
New measures for the security assessment of data transfers from China to other countries could make it harder for international pharma companies with China operations to transfer health data out of the country. Lianying Wang explains.
China Data Law Update: Certification Rules and Draft Standard Contract Are Issued
As the year approaches its halfway point, Chinese government accelerates the legislation for cross-border data transfers. (more…)
Understanding China’s Data Regulatory Regime: What Are Important Data? And Can They Be Transferred Outside Of China?
The concept of “important data” is a cornerstone of China’s data regulatory regime. The Cyber Security Law (2017) (the CSL) prohibits operators of critical information infrastructures (CIIs) from transferring their “important data” and personal information outside of China. The Data Security Law (2021) (the DSL) and some recent draft regulations indicate that the prohibition on exports of “important data” is likely to apply to all companies, whether CII operators or not.
Then, what are “important data”? (more…)