Sourcing-related reading, selected by the Global Sources content team. Can We Evolve from the Chip Shortage to Better Supply Chains and Consumption Habits? Supply and demand issues are nothing new and happen now and then across all industries. With the global chip shortage dragging on and consumer demand for electronic devices outpacing supply, embracing circular […]
By Dan Harris In China’s New Cybersecurity Program: NO Place to Hide and again in China’s New Cybersecurity System: There is NO Place to Hide we wrote how China’s new “cybersecurity” laws give the Chinese government and its prized companies full and total access to all data and IP held by foreign companies. Yesterday, in China’s New Cryptography Law: Still […]
By Steve Dickinson The PRC National People’s Congress on October 26 enacted the long awaited Encryption Law (密码法）, which will come into effect on January 1, 2020. The official text of the law can be found here and an English language summary can be found here: The Law is another piece of the comprehensive cybersecurity […]
By Steve Dickinson Our China data privacy lawyers have been getting a steady stream of questions regarding our recent post, China’s New Cybersecurity Program: NO Place to Hide, regarding the Chinese government’s rolling out a new system for monitoring company data.
By Steve Dickinson The Chinese government has been working for several years on a comprehensive Internet security/surveillance program. This program is based on the Cybersecurity Law adopted on 2016. The plan is vast and includes a number of subsidiary laws and regulations. On December 1, 2018, the Chinese Ministry of Public Security announced it will […]