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China Tightens Regulation on Data Transmission of Ride-Hailing Company

Mon, 05 Sep 2022
Categories: China Legal Trends
Editor: Lisa Bi

The Ministry of Transport of China issued the "Measures for Operation and Management of Online Taxi-Hailing Regulatory Information Interactive Platforms" (网络预约出租汽车监管信息交互平台运行管理办法, hereinafter referred to as the "Measures") on 22 July 2022.

The Measures is designed for the data transmission and platform maintenance of the online taxi-hailing regulatory information interactive platforms.

According to the Measures, the data related to the operation service of online taxi transmitted by the online taxi platform company shall be directly connected to the official industry platform, which shall be subsequently transferred to the relevant provincial and city platform in real-time.

The transportation departments of governments at all levels are responsible for supervising the network security, data security and personal information protection and management of the information interactive platforms, tracking the data transmission, and preventing the data from being tampered with, damaged, leaked, illegally accessed or used.



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Contributors: CJO Staff Contributors Team

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