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Samm Sacks, a Senior Fellow at Yale Law School’s Paul Tsai China Center and cyber policy fellow at New America, a think tank based in Washington, DC, recently made some remarks on the key pieces of Chinese legislation on cyber and data, as well as the current status of
U.S. District Court Finds No Conflict Between Chinese PIPL and Discovery Process, Grants Motion To Compel Document Production
In a recent case before the U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, Magistrate Judge Barbara Moses dismissed the defendants' argument that legal obligations under China's Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) prevent them from providing personal information relevant to the case, as she found "no true conflict" between
At a meeting of the WTO's Council for Trade in Services on October 14, 2022, several trade issues involving China that had been raised previously were on the agenda again.
A Chinese regulatory agency recently finalized the new rules on data security in the industry and information technology sectors, which will come into force next year. The rules set forth requirements for data classification, data protection and cross-border data flows.
In addition to the various U.S. states taking executive action against TikTok, as CTM reported this week, the state of Indiana is bringing a lawsuit against TikTok, asserting that "TikTok has reams of highly sensitive data and personal information about Indiana consumers and has deceived those consumers to believe
At a Congressional hearing on digital trade policy yesterday, several U.S. Senators and witnesses discussed issues related to China, including TikTok.
Two Republican lawmakers sent a letter to TikTok last week, "renew[ing] their request for all information about TikTok’s organizational structure and data sharing practices and also notify the social media company to preserve all e-mail, electronic records, and communications."