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 February 21, 2011  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S.

Hunton & Williams have updated their analysis of data protection laws in China:

In the past year and a half, new laws affecting personal information protection in China have arisen in various forms, including a consumer protection law and regulations, a tort law, a medical records regulation, a social insurance law, a credit reference regulation and even an anti-money laundering banking regulation.

See A Summary of Developments in Personal Information Protection in China, originally published on the DataGuidance website.

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