Internet service p阿拉爱上海品茶微信roviders in China will be put un
der tighter scrutiny when they handle overseas transfers of personal in
formation, according to a draft regulation of the Cyberspace Administration of China.
The introduction of the regulation, tentatively called the Asse
ssment Regulation on the Security of Personal Information’s Overseas Uses, is intended to bet
ter safeguard internet users’ rights, national security, public interests and cyberspace sovereignty, the ad
ministration said in a statement on Thursday, while calling for opinions and suggestions to improve the draft.
Based on the Network Security Law, the draft requires internet service operators to conduct security screening on personal infor
mation gathered in their operations within Chinese borders. Any transfer of information that is likely to affect na
tional security, public interests or personal information security is banned by the document.