Security and Openness China's Cross-Border Data Flow Scheme
Keywords:Chinese approachna, to cross-border data, data security
Cross-border data flow legislation is currently absent in several countries, and data ownership remains an issue. Data sovereignty is necessary for cross-border data movement. To preserve national interests in the growing data field, western countries violate the idea of sovereignty and attempt to construct a cross-border data circulation system within the framework of the western discourse system. Developing countries aim to localize data to protect their own data stockpiles and increments to safeguard national security. As a responsible country, China supports the formation of a cross-border data flow rule framework that aligns with development and security, protects data sovereignty, and promotes data integrity.
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