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Latest Developments on China's Cybersecurity Regulation七月 5, 2016
O'Melveny's Ron Cheng authored the column, "Latest Developments on China's Cybersecurity Regulation," published June 30, 2016, on Forbes.com. The piece details recent changes impacting cybersecurity regulation in China, including the enactment of an Anti-Terrorism Law that requires telecommunications operators and internet providers to deliver support to public security and national security organizations. The article also discusses a national controversy concerning the online advertisement of medical services that has prompted a closer look into cyber regulations.
Cheng has more than 10 years of experience dealing with criminal enforcement matters in China and Asia. He handles both anti-corruption and data privacy matters and is co-located in O’Melveny’s Hong Kong and Los Angeles offices.
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