China makes it even harder for data to leave its shores

Starting in June, companies operating in China must undergo a regulatory intervention when sending data abroad, thanks to the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC).

The CAC announced on Friday businesses that handle the personal information of up to 1 million people, or want to send user information of up to 100,000 individuals abroad, will need to sign a standard contract before doing so and file it with a local CAC office within 10 working days of it taking effect.

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Source: The Register