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What can we learn from China's "Draconian" cyber-security bill?

In November of last year, China’s parliament rubber-stamped a controversial cyber security law. The legislation, which is due to become effective from June 1 2017, is designed to combat what the Chinese government regards as the critical threats of hacking and cyber terrorism.

In effect, those businesses who wish to make inroads into the Chinese market are faced with a choice: either comply with the new rules (thereby allowing the Chinese authorities access to proprietary information which was previously private) - or bar themselves from the market.

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