China’s Use of Privacy Law Raises Questions for Privacy Advocates

Cybersecurity NewsChina’s Use of Privacy Law Raises Questions for Privacy Advocates There is an interesting new article of interest to our readers:

China seems to have found a reliable legal tool for suppressing dissent.  A prominent Chinese human rights lawyer, Pu Zhiqiang, has been arrested after a meeting in a private home to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the killings at Tiananmen Square.  The charge?  “Illegal access to the personal information of citizens,” a crime punishable by… Continue Reading

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China’s Use of Privacy Law Raises Questions for Privacy Advocates

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