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The long-awaited draft of the Personal Data Protection Law (PDPL) was released for public consultation in October 2020. If enacted, it will be the first comprehensive law setting out the overall legal framework, as well as the obligations of different stakeholders throughout the entire lifecycle of personal data in China.
Why does this matter to you?
The data protection regime in China has developed rapidly in recent years and is stricter than one might think. Businesses should review their practices and take proactive steps to manage the increasing compliance risks, sooner rather than later. Here is a checklist of certain key issues that you should consider:-
The proposed maximum administrative penalties under the draft PDPL for serious violation of personal data protection obligations include a fine of RMB 50 million or 5% of a business’ preceding year’s revenue, forfeiture of illegal gain and revocation of its business licence.
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