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What to expect in 2021: China - Preview

January 8, 2020, Reuters

Yan Luo is quoted in Reuters Practical Law China's GC Agenda China with her thoughts on the new compliance challenges that China's new data privacy and cybersecurity regimes with bring. Specifically, Yan expects that China's draft Data Security Law and Personal Information Protection Law will be finalized in 2021. Together with the Cybersecurity Law, the three laws, potentially overlapping but with different focuses, will comprise China's regulatory framework governing data.

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