Tag Archives: Cyberspace Administration of China

For Facebook and Alphabet, the Road to China Comes with Conditions

For Facebook and Alphabet, the Road to China Comes with Conditions

China is the largest consumer market of any country in the world: With 1.37 billion citizens and counting, it has 18% of the global population. This has drawn the attention of some of the world’s largest companies seeking to capitalize on its rich opportunities. Even more enticing are its 751 million internet users, many of […]

Chinese Agencies Announce Plan to Audit Privacy Policies of Ten Popular Online Services

Cutting Through the Confusion of China’s Cybersecurity Law 

On July 26, four Chinese agencies, the Cyberspace Administration of China (“CAC”), the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (“MIIT”), the Ministry of Public Security (“MoPS”), and the National Standards Committee, announced their plan to begin the government’s campaign to improve the protection of personal information, according to Xinhua News Agency (link is in Chinese).  […]

Chinese Authorities Release Catalog of Network and Cybersecurity Products Subject to Pre-Sale Inspection

Chinese Authorities Release Catalog of Network and Cybersecurity Products Subject to Pre-Sale Inspection

On June 9, 2017, the Cyberspace Administration of China (“CAC”), together with three other agencies, released a Catalog of Critical Network Equipment and Network Security Products (First Batch) (“the Catalog,” original Chinese version available here).  It specifies network products that must be certified before they can be marketed in China. China’s Cybersecurity Law (see our series of blog […]