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China’s New Cybersecurity Law

Recorded on: Apr. 27, 2017
Running Time: 01:05:30

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Taken from the briefing China’s New Cybersecurity Law recorded April, 2017 in New York.

China’s new Cybersecurity Law will impose new restrictions on information flows from operators of key information infrastructure, and will become effective in June 2017.

Lecture Topics  [01:05:30]

Listen to Manuel E. Maisog of Hunton & Williams LLP as he:

  • Discusses key aspects of the new Cybersecurity Law;
  • Addresses data localization and personal information protection; and
  • Reviews other obligations that arise under the law.

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  • China’s New Cybersecurity Law
    Manuel E. Maisog
Manuel E Maisog ~ Hunton & Williams LLP
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