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China’s First Step to Data Protection: The Implications of the Coming Civil Code (9AM BST | 4PM CHINA)

A talk by Tash Whitaker, Katt Gu and Huan Zheng
Whitaker Soultions Ltd, Dimension and G20 Young Entrepreneurs Alliance

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About this talk

Key takeaways include; - Overview of the introduction of the new civil code in China - Scope of new regulation on domestic organisations overseas companies operating in China - How the code is likely to develop in future, coming into line with other regulations such as GDPR - Obligations on preventing/reporting data breaches, and potential penalties

China’s recent draft Civil Code is set to introduce several laws that include individuals' rights to privacy and personal data for the first time. This is a symbolic first step as the country’s 1.4 billion people become and more and more digitised, and so more vulnerable to leaks and hacks.

Our speakers will look at the scope of personal protection to both privacy rights and personal information within the Civil Code.

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