Dust has yet to settle two years after China’s landmark cybersecurity law

It’s not entirely clear how to figure out which level of the scale a network operator falls on, since the levels are outlined using terms such as “serious harm” and “damage” without further specification, according to the China Business Review, a journal published by the US-China Business Council. The definitions also hang on the aforementioned “social public order,” a term which remains unexplained throughout the law.