New cyber law enforced


BEIJING: China ushered in a tough new cybersecurity law, following years of fierce debate around the controversial legislation that many foreign business groups fear will hit their ability to operate in the country.

The law, passed by China’s parliament in November, requires local and overseas firms to submit to security checks and store user data within the country.

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