On September 1, China’s Provisions on the Protection of the Personal Information of Telecommunications and Internet Users will come into force, affecting a wide range of consumer-facing websites, including corporate sites, product information sites, and social media pages. This post examines some of the requirements of the Provisions, and provides a link to a comprehensive Hogan Lovells Corporate Alert describing recent privacy-related legislative developments in China.
Although China does not have an omnibus privacy statute or framework, the Chinese government recently has released a number of new privacy guidelines and regulations. This blog posts discusses a number of those guidelines and regulations, including two draft rules: Provisions on the Protection of the Personal Information of Telecommunications, and Internet Users and the Provisions on Registration of the True Identity Information of Phone Users (“Provisions on Phone Users”).
This post was provided by Julia Peng of Hogan Lovells’ Beijing office. On 19 October 2010, the People’s Republic of China (“PRC”) State Administration of Industry and Commerce ("SAIC") issued the Second Revision of the PRC Consumer Protection Law (Draft for Comments) (the "Draft Consumer Law"). A significant addition to the Draft Consumer Law is […]