In Europe, the dominant perception is that the Chinese have little interest in data protection and that information about it is withheld from them because of censorship. The understanding of data protection is actually less developed in China than in the West. “But if you leave it at that, you run the risk of overlooking the concerns of the Chinese population,” says Matthias Schroeder of the Beijing law firm Ding, Schroeder & Partner.
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