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Huijie focuses her practice on corporate and regulatory matters, including foreign investment, labor and employment issues, mergers and acquisitions, data privacy/security compliance, e-commerce, and other business consulting matters.

On August 17, 2021, China released the new regulations on the Security and Protection of Critical Information Infrastructure (CII Regulations), which became effective on September 1, 2021. Even though China started its protection of Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) as early as 2016, when it released the Cybersecurity Law of the People’s Republic of China (CSL)

In the last two years, the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, together with other agencies in the Chinese government, launched a series of campaigns for the rectification of excessive personal information processing activities of mobile application developers, operators, and third-party service providers. Now, drawing on the insights from these special rectification campaigns, the

After undergoing several rounds of revisions to the 2019 draft specifications, the new Information Security Technology-Personal Information Security Specifications (GB/T35273-2020) (New Personal Information Specifications) were released jointly by the State Administration of Market Regulation and the Standardization Administration of China on March 6, 2020. The New Personal Information Specifications will take effect and replace the