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Severe Privateness Podcast: Trick or Deal with? PIPL is Scary (with Graham Webster)

Serious Privacy Podcast: Trick or Treat? PIPL is Scary (with Graham Webster)

This week on Severe Privateness, Paul Breitbarth and Okay Royal revisit the Chinese language Private Data Safety Regulation that goes into impact just some days after publication of this episode. Okay and I spoke about this legislation already in episode 30 of this season, dated 31 August, in addition to throughout our webinar on 15 September. Nonetheless, questions hold flooding in, so we determined to file a comply with up episode. The steering popping out of China remains to be restricted, though it appears the Our on-line world Administration of China, their most important regulator, is beginning to publish some explanatory paperwork.

On this episode, we’re joined by Graham Webster. Graham is a Analysis Scholar on the Stanford Cyber Coverage Heart, in addition to Editor in Chief of the college’s DigiChina web site, an incredible useful resource offering a number of translations of China’s digital legal guidelines and coverage paperwork. He’s an skilled on points on the intersection of U.S.–China relations and superior expertise, and we’re very completely happy he’s becoming a member of us.

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