WebinarGlobal | December 15, 2021
Chinese data protection and evidence-collection rules require special attention and the last few months have only seen these rules grow more complex. Following the China Cybersecurity Law (CSL) enacted in 2016 and the Judicial Assistance Law enacted in 2018, there is now a new Data Security Law (DSL) that came into effect on September 1, 2021 and the much-anticipated Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) that came into effect on November 1, 2021. The PIPL is China's first comprehensive data protection law and is expected to significantly alter the way multinational companies collect, process, store and transfer personal data in mainland China.
Please join Norton Rose Fulbright for a discussion regarding the immediate impact of these new rules, the shift in how multinational companies need to carry out internal and external investigations and cross-border litigation in China and how those changes can be practically implemented.
This will be the 4th session in our China data law series. If you are interested in viewing the previous webinars, please click on the links below.
- China Data Security Law Updates
- Cybersecurity law and regulation in Asia: New developments and regulator trends
- China’s Data Laws: Looking at the detail - Draft Regulations under the DSL and PIPL
Continuing education information
This program is eligible for 1 professional practice continuing legal education credit in New York, 1.2 general CLE credit in Missouri, 1 general CLE credit in California and 1 general CLE credit in Texas.
Australia delegates: The 15 December 2021 7:00 PM AEDT session qualifies for 1 CPD point. More detailed information can be found on the registration page.
Hong Kong delegates: CPD point(s) is being applied for with the Law Society of Hong Kong for the session to be held on 15 Dec at 4:00 PM HKT. Please register and join the webinar using your name as registered with the Law