Inside China’s unexpected quest to protect data privacy
A new privacy law in China would look a lot like Europe's GDPR — but will it restrict state surveillance? Contrary to what seems to be a widespread belief in the West, Chinese citizens care deeply about their own digital privacy. In MIT Technology Review, Karen Hao explores the Chinese government's changing attitudes towards cybersecurity, and how they expect to gain further consumer trust through laws that look a lot like those of America and Europe.
From MIT Technology Review