Chinese tech giants are set for further scrutiny on how they collect and handle user’s data after the passage of the Personal Information Protection Law, CCTV News reports.
- The PIPL sets out comprehensive rules on data, paving the way for the end of piecemeal legislation and draft laws.
- The final version of the data security regulations is yet to be published, with Chinese tech giants set to incur fines if they break the rules.
- The passage of PIPL follows growing concerns by Beijing over how data companies collect and use data.
Chinese tech companies are warming up for further restrictions, with Tencent sending a warning on Wednesday that tighter regulations in the tech industry are coming up.
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