Seminar on China's New Data Law
China's New Data Law:
Implications of the law for Danish-Chinese Research Collaboration
Organizers: Social Science @ Sino Danish Center for Education and Research (SDC) and Innovation Centre Denmark (ICDK) in Shanghai
On November 1, 2021, the new data law of China, the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL), will be enforced. PIPL sets fundamental requirements for handling of information for entities and regulates cross-border data transfers.
As the new data law is likely to have a strong impact on research in and on China, we have set an international panel of experts to explore the following questions:
- How does PIPL impact research at a broader scale?
- How does it fit China’s data policy framework?
- What are the challenges and opportunities raising from PIPL?
- How is PIPL likely to impact Danish-Chinese research collaboration?
|Date: 26th of October 2021, from 10:30-12:00 CET|
|10:15-10:30: Registration + coffee|
|10:30-10:40: “Welcome” by Thomas Trøst Hansen, Innovation Attaché at ICDK, Shanghai|
|10:40-10:50: “On the importance of Danish-Chinese Research Collaboration” by He Fuxiang, Counsellor of Science, Technology and Innovation at the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Denmark|
10:50-11:00: “General introduction to China’s data laws and PIPL” Niels Kaffenberger
11:00-11:30: Panel discussion on the impact on Danish-Chinese Research Collaboration
Moderator: Stine Haakonsson, Associate Professor, CBS; Principal Coordinator for SDC Social Science
Time and Date
10.30 – 12.00
Copenhagen Business School
Room DH V 1.01
Dalgas Have 15
Zoom link will be sent before the event
Registration no later than October 22, 2021, in the link above!