Washington, D.C., associate Yodi Hailemariam was quoted in a Corporate Counsel article titled “Evolving Rules Around Data Privacy in China Pose Challenges for Foreign Companies.” The article discussed the data privacy landscape in China, including China’s Cybersecurity Law and the new Personal Information Security Specification, and what data-related issues global companies should be thinking about with respect to China.

About the Personal Information Security Specification, Yodi said that “[t]hough the new privacy standards are completely voluntary, organizations should aim to comply,” adding that “[W]e can weave [the standards] into the fabric of the evolving data protection framework in China.”

Read “Evolving Rules Around Data Privacy in China Pose Challenges for Foreign Companies.”


Source: Corporate Counsel
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