Features

Goodbye to all that—60 minutes with former Chamber President Jörg Wuttke

Jörg Wuttke has just stepped down as President of the European Chamber, after serving a second, prolific three-year term.

Stability First: Beijing’s Top Priority at the Lianghui

 Despite being widely anticipated to be uneventful, ahead of President Xi Jinping’s personnel shuffle later this year, the 2017 ‘Two Sessions’ (lianghui) were full of signposts.

China’s Cybersecurity Law: an expression of China’s cyber-sovereignty ambitions

Coming in to effect later this year, the final draft of the China’s Cyber Security Law contains a number of positives

Cybersecurity: attacks, effects and the role of the law

Every day, Internet users around the Globe create an estimated 2.5 quintillion bytes of data.

Cybersecurity: what are we dealing with?

The Internet has evolved greatly over the last half-century, and the associated information and communication (ICT) technology is now ubiquitous  and increasingly integral to almost every facet of modern life.

An Overcast Outlook: Cloud Services in China

 China’s booming technology, media and communications (TMC) sector provides great market opportunities for cloud computing and related services.

Private data protection in China

The rapid evolution of internet technology has necessitated the definition of ‘personal private information’ being expanded.

Cross-border data transfer: a China perspective

Before China enacted its new Cybersecurity Law on 7th November, 2016, cross-border data transfer was largely unregulated by the government.

Chamber Annual Conference 2016: is Globalisation in Retreat?

Held on 14th December, the Chamber’s annual conference, Globalisation in Retreat: Risks and Opportunities for China, was an intriguing event.