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China released a draft of a new cyber security law that strives to project the data of Chinese users, increase Internet controls, and heighten Beijing’s cyber security measures.

China released a draft of a new cyber security law that strives to project the data of Chinese users, increase Internet controls, and heighten Beijing’s cyber security measures.
As quoted in the article:

The draft cybersecurity law, released this week for comments, explicitly allows Chinese authorities to cut Internet access during public-security emergencies. Chinese authorities have periodically deployed such measures during unrest in Uighur and Tibetan ethnic-minority areas in China’s west.
The draft law also requires government agencies to set up cybersecurity monitoring and alert systems and emergency-response measures. Such rules underscore the government’s concern that Beijing lacked a coherent policy for responding to cybersecurity threats.

Click here to read the full article from the Wall Street Journal.

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