This article, authored by partner Gabriela Kennedy and counsel Karen Lee (both Hong Kong), was reprinted in the December 2019 edition of CSj, the monthly journal of The Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries.
The article discusses the implications of new draft measures that relate to China's Cybersecurity Law, and the resultant stricter regulations and requirements, notably regarding cross-border transfers of personal information and important data.
To read this complete article visit CSj, the monthly journal of The Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries .
Originally published 22 December 2019
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