Tomorrow’s webcast from HaystackID will discuss the Digital Great Wall, which is the state of data protection in today’s China!
Tomorrow, HaystackID will host the webcast The Digital Great Wall: Data Protection in Today’s China (available here) at noon ET (11am CT, 9am PT). During this hour-long webcast, an expert panel will discuss the challenges of dealing with requests to produce information located in China, and strategies for obtaining critical evidence while avoiding penalties. Highlighted Areas of Discussion include:
- 2017 Cybersecurity Law
- 2021 Data Security Law
- 2021 People Information Protection Law
Expert Panelists include:
- Zhiwei Chen, Associate, Crowell & Moring
- Jessica Priselac, Trial Lawyer, Duane Morris LLP
- Patrick Zeller, Chief Privacy Officer, Cybersecurity and Information Governance Counsel, Horizon Therapeutics
- Christopher Wall, DPO and Special Counsel for Global Privacy and Forensics, HaystackID
China’s emerging statutes and regulations governing the processing, disclosure and transfer of data, under threat of severe penalties, pose significant risks for producing parties. Yet, as Chinese entities increasingly become global commercial players, data located in China becomes increasingly relevant to U.S. disputes and investigations. Click here to register and learn more tomorrow about the Digital Great Wall and the state of data protection in today’s China!
So, what do you think? Do you know and understand Chinese data protection laws and regulations? If not, attend tomorrow’s webcast! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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