U.S. Tech Firms Spooked by China’s Arcane Cybersecurity Law

Liza Lin, Yoko Kubota

Six months after it went into force, China’s tough new cybersecurity law is still troubling U.S. technology executives who fear that it will put the intellectual property of their companies and the data they collect in jeopardy. The high-level session coincided with a new survey by the U.S.-China Business Council that highlighted widespread worries about the law. The trade group said 82% of respondents “are concerned about the impact of China’s cyber and data regulations.”