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The Chinese government has released a set of proposed amendments to the country’s data protection standards that would introduce stricter obligations if passed. The amendments are wide ranging, but observers say that the most significant changes relate to stricter consent requirements and grounds for processing. One of the main aims of the amendment is to stop “over-collection” of data, which regulators are looking to achieve by enforcing a higher standard of consent for data collection. Under the new rules, for instance, controllers would not be able to ‘bundle’ consent – or use a single request process to ask users to consent to a wide range of collections, uses and disclosures of their personal information.

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