In late June, China’s government (PRC) passed sweeping legislation that reinforces government controls over cyber space.
Specifically, the law addressed strengthened management over the web, and tougher measures against cyber attacks, cyber espionage activities, and the spread of “illegal” or “harmful” information. The law replaces an older one that concentrated more on espionage.
National security was defined in the new law as a “condition in which a country’s government, sovereignty, unification, territorial integrity… and sustainable development of its economy and society… are relatively safe and not subject to internal and external threats.”
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