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Dec 24, 2017
China has shut down more than 13,000 websites after 2015 for breaking the lawAuthorities including the Cyberspace Administration of China have summoned more than 2,200 websites operators for talks during the same period, he said.
Sep 26, 2017
United States asks China to not implement its new cyber security law; claims that it could damage global tradeThe United States has asked China not to implement its new cyber security law over concerns it could damage global trade in services.
Jul 12, 2017
Apple sets up its first data center in China; to follow newly introduced cyber-security lawsApple Inc has set up its first data center in China, in partnership with a local internet services company, to comply with tougher cyber-security laws in China.
Jun 01, 2017
China's new cyber security law increases fear in foreign business groups in the countryThe law, passed by China's parliament in November, requires local and overseas firms to submit to security checks and store user data within the country.
May 29, 2017
China cyber security: Law to be enforced from 1 June to protect personal information onlineChina's cyber security law will take effect on 1 June, banning online service providers from collecting and selling users' personal information.
Nov 12, 2016
Global industry groups voice opposition to China cyber security lawMore than 40 international business and technology organizations representing hundreds of companies on Friday expressed “deep concerns” to the Chinese government about a new cyber security law they said would likely increase the separation between China and the rest of the world economy.
Mar 30, 2016
In a move to expand control, China tightens internet laws further enhancing censorshipChina is consolidating its ability to censor the Internet by drafting new rules requiring businesses that serve domestic Internet users to register their Web addresses inside the country, a move seen as targeting Chinese companies but that has raised concerns among foreign businesses.