China’s new draft Cybersecurity Law has raised a broad range of potential concerns for US companies seeking to operate in China, including vague definitions of key terms such as “network operator” and “critical information infrastructure,” intellectual property aspects of product certification, cybersecurity standard-setting, and liabilities for those that are unable to comply with provisions in the law. While the draft language calls for equal treatment of foreign and domestic companies and...
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