FEBRUARY 29, 2024
As barriers and safeguards for data transfers pile up, DigiChina has mapped the accumulated regimes from Beijing and Washington.
Mapping U.S.-China Data De-Risking
A few months after the introduction of OpenAI’s ChatGPT captured imaginations around the world, China’s State Council quietly announced that it would work toward drafting an Artificial Intelligence Law. The government had already acted relatively quickly, drafting, significantly revising, and finally implementing on August 15 rules on generative AI that build on existing laws. Still, […]
Chinese regulators at the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) on April 11 issued draft Measures to govern generative AI service provision in China. The draft, which is open for public comment until May 10, would target services that generate text, images, video, code, and other media, and its announcement follows the sensation caused by the […]
Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of DigiChina contributions by Zac Haluza, newly serving as an Associate Editor of DigiChina. Haluza’s independent analysis on Chinese technology policy is published on his Root Access newsletter, formerly known as Cloudology. Since the 20th Party Congress last October, innovation in science and technology (S&T) has […]
This article is a preview of DigiChina’s forthcoming in-depth report on the Cyberspace Administration of China. On July 2, 2021, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) abruptly launched its first ever cybersecurity review, targeting ride-hailing juggernaut DiDi Global just two days after it raised US$4.4 billion in a New York initial public offering, citing unspecified […]
This knowledge base entry, first compiled on the eve of the Personal Information Protection Law’s implementation, provides links to the wide range of translations and analysis DigiChina has produced on the subject throughout the legislative history of China’s primary data privacy law. DigiChina translations Personal Information Protection Law Final text: Personal Information Protection Law Passed […]
The DigiChina Project is a collaborative effort to understand China’s technology policy developments, primarily through translating and analyzing Chinese-language sources.
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