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To significantly facilitate cross-border data flow from Mainland China to Hong Kong (and vice versa), the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) and the Innovation, Technology and Industry Bureau of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (ITIB) has published the template Standard Contract for Cross-boundary Flow of Personal Information Within the Guangdong–Hong Kong–Macao Greater Bay Area (Standard Contract) and its implementation guidelines on December 13, 2023.Continue Reading Newly Issued Guidelines on Standard Contracts for Cross-boundary Data Flow Within the Greater Bay Area (i.e., Hong Kong, Macau and Nine Key Mainland Cities)

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Scott Warren, Partner, Tokyo/Shanghai, has been busy this week at various speaking events in Tokyo.  On 25 October 2023, he spoke at two events:

  • 9th International Arbitration, Corporate Crime and Anti-Trust Summit, moderating and presenting a panel entitles “Digital Crimes, AI and Cyber Incidents: What You Need To Know for Compliance”. The

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Registration Open for In-Person CLE: The Important Role Legal Plays in an Era of Growing Data Risks – Key Findings

On September 28, 2023, the Cyberspace Administration of China proposed draft regulations, the Regulations on Regulating and Facilitating Cross-border Data Flow (Draft Regulations), seeking public comment. If adopted, it will significantly reduce the restrictions on cross-border data transfers from China. This is a material effort by China to improve free data flows and an implementation of the “whitelist” mentioned under the 24 provisions for attracting foreign investment published in August 2023.Continue Reading China Releases Draft Regulation to Significantly Ease Cross-border Data Transfers

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Fewer Clouds on … Cloud: The EU to (Finally) Drop Most Data Localisation Requirements in the EUCS | Privacy World

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China Generative AI New Provisional Measures | Privacy World

Red Hot Enforcement Summer: No Vacation for California and Colorado Privacy

Recently, the Cyberspace Administration of China issued new comprehensive provisional measures, which went into effect on August 15, 2023, and govern the development and use of generative AI (GAI) in China. The measures cover “GAI services” (including foreign-invested GAI services) provided within the PRC, including the text, pictures, audios, videos and other content they generate.

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A Guide Comparing EU, China, ASEAN Standard Contracts for Data Transfers | Privacy World

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