In China, cybercrime involving individuals' privacy is known as the crime of violating citizens' personal information.
Cyber Law/Internet law 网络法
In March 2023, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) released the “Provisions on Administrative Law Enforcement Procedures of Cyberspace Administrations”.
In March, the Information Office of China’s State Council released a white paper on "China’s Law-Based Cyberspace Governance in the New Era".
In September 2022, China released the Draft Amendment of the Cybersecurity Law of the People’s Republic of China to solicit public comments.
In September 2022, China issued the “Administrative Provisions on Internet Pop-Up Information Push Service”, which clarifies that companies without licenses shall not push the news through pop-up windows.
China’s first law against telecom and online fraud, the Anti-Telecom and Online Fraud Law, which was adopted in September 2022, will come into force on 1 Dec.
"No", answers a Shenzhen court in Gao v. Shenzhen Yunsilu Innovation Development Fund Enterprise (2018), ruling to set aside an arbitral award on the ground of public policy, given that cryptocurrency exchanges are banned in China.
Cyberspace Administration of China regulates the collection of personal information by Apps.
“2020 World Internet Development Report 2020” and “2020 China Internet Development Report 2020” bluebooks are released.
On 20 Nov. 2020, China's Court handed down the first judgment over a facial recognition-related service contract dispute.