On Episode 16 of Covington’s Inside Privacy Audiocast, Dan Cooper, Yan Luo and Zhijing Yu discuss the implications of China’s Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) for companies with data or doing business in China. The law, which entered into force on November 1, is the first comprehensive personal information protection law in China and bears a resemblance to the EU’s GDPR.
Previous episodes discussing privacy developments in China:
- Inside Privacy Audiocast: Episode 14 – China’s Draft Data Security Law
- Inside Privacy Audiocast: Episode 9 – China’s Approach to Data Protection
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