Eight regions in China are to be developed into national hubs for computing power by building 10 national data center clusters: Jing Jin Ji 京津冀 (Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei Province), Changsanjiao 长三角 (Yangtze River Delta), Yue Xiang Ao Dawan Qu 粤巷澳大湾区 (Guangdong, Hong Kong, Macau – Greater Bay Area)), Chengyu 成渝 (Chongqing and Chengdu), Inner Mongolia,… Continue reading New Data Centers in China: Data from the East, Computing Power in the West
China is fleshing out its data protection rules. The Network Data Security Management Regulation (Draft for Comments), published in November 2021, provides more detailed guidance regarding the obligations of processors of important data. Data is divided into general data, important data, and national core data. Important data refers to data that may jeopardize national security… Continue reading Important Data: More Duties for Processing
Critical Information Infrastructure Operators (CIIOs) are a central and so far vague concept of China’s new cybersecurity and data protection system. With the regulations on critical information infrastructure protection (“the regulations”) that came into force on September 1, 2020, the government is now creating more transparency, but at the same time increasing the pressure on… Continue reading Who Is Operator of Critical Information Infrastructure?