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China protects personal data – but only from corporations

China’s new personal data protection law came into force on November 1. Large parts of the Internet industry have already pledged stringent implementation. More than 20 companies from the southern Chinese tech metropolis Shenzhen have already announced that they will bring their data protection regulations into line with the law. The companies pledged to comply with ten government initiatives that require companies to, among other things,

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