Helen Roxburgh
Feb 12, 2019

Is China's data protection scene reaching maturity?

Change may be coming, as high-profile information breaches and consumer awareness push the issue of data privacy into the spotlight.

Consumer mindsets on data in China have generally been fairly relaxed, with younger consumers in particular willing to share information about their location or habits in exchange for shopping convenience and efficiency.

“Whilst data privacy is no doubt of paramount importance in this day and age, this is not as prevalent in China as there is currently no organisation or government entity to regulate the security of data,” says Alex Khan, managing director, APAC,...

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