China cybersecurity lawyers

China’s Cyberspace Administration Office recently issued Regulations on Network Protection of Children’s Personal Information (《儿童个人信息网络保护规定》) to take effect on October 1, 2019. These regulations set out general rules regarding online collecting and processing of personal information of children under the age of 14.

General Duties of Network Operators

According to the regulations, network operators shall:

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Over the past few days, reports have emerged of a proposal to open China’s market to foreign streaming services. According to Tech Node, Beijing News reported that China would “allow foreign firms to provide … streaming services … by the end of the year”. This would be

China Law Blog Social MediaWhen we first started writing this blog in 2006, we were able to be a lot more free-wheeling than today because the odds of the Chinese government blocking us were much lower back then.  We want this blog to be visible in China and so we write our posts to not get too close to

China cyber lawyers

Those who have been paying attention know that the recent U.S. bans on Chinese technology companies (by adding them to the U.S. Export Administration’s Entity List) are not new but are a continuation of ongoing concerns with Chinese government deficiencies. This is the same Chinese government that requires Chinese organizations “support, cooperate with

China Lawyers

For more than a decade, China has blocked American tech companies from fully participating in China’s Internet boom. If you know China’s Internet-related laws for foreign companies and you have represented foreign companies trying to proft from China’s Internet, you know that in most cases, the reality for foreign companies has been much worse even

China IP protections

The trade talks between the United States and China broke down on Friday with no agreement. As a result, tariffs were raised to 25% and future U.S. tariffs on additional Chinese products are extremely likely. The Chinese side responded with retaliatory tariffs on a host of U.S. products. The parties will continue to negotiate, but