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14 December 2018
On 15 September 2018 the Ministry of Public Security released the Provisions on the Supervision and Inspection of Internet Security by Public Security Organs.(1) The provisions took effect on 1 November 2018.
According to the provisions, public security organs must supervise and inspect internet service providers and network entity users that provide:
The provisions state that public security organs may, when supervising and inspecting internet security on-site:
However, public security organs and their staff must maintain the confidentiality of all personal information, private information, commercial secrets and state secrets that they learn of in performing their duties and must not leak, sell or unlawfully provide such information to other parties.
For further information on this topic please contact Samuel Yang or Yang Chen at AnJie Law Firm by telephone (+86 10 8567 5988) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com). The AnJie Law Firm website can be accessed at www.anjielaw.com.
(1) Further information is available here.
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