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DSL: High costs for companies

China’s Cyberspace Administration has presented a first draft that fleshes out the Data Security Law (DSL) that has been in force since September. The draft was published on Friday and provides a first insight into the rules that companies operating in China will have to comply with in the future. Foreign companies fear that compliance with regulations on cross-border data transfers could soon lead to high costs.

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