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Curbs on Data Collection by Chinese Fintech Apps Set to Come into Effect at Start of May

China is on track to launch new rules that place limits on data collection by financial apps, amidst efforts to tighten regulation...

Shenzhen Unveils China’s First “Comprehensive” Data Legislation, Requires Express Consent for Gathering of Personal Data

The southern tech hub of Shenzhen has unveiled the first far-reaching legislative bill covering the collection and usage of data.

China’s Cyperspace Regulator Unveils New Personal Data Standards for Fintech Apps Following Harassment Issues

The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has unveiled new standards for the collection of the personal data of users by apps, following...

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