Author: Gordon Hunt / Source: Silicon Republic
Countries all over the world are threatened by cyberattacks, though few can control their internet as much as China, with the global giant now taking action.
Attempts in China to protect its state interests in the event of cyberattacks are a bit more tangible than those of other states, with strict new laws to come into force this week.
On Thursday (1 June), new rules will mandate strict data surveillance and storage for firms working in the country.
The law was passed in November, taking in six months of corporate criticism before coming into effect this week.
Under the new legislation, online service…
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