Research on Chinese Personal Information Protection Legislation in the Era of Big Data

Ying CHENG

Abstract


In Chinese personal information protection legislation, consent should not be the sole legal basis for data processing, and data processing under regulation should be encouraged. At the same time, the accountability of data controllers and the transparency of data processing should be improved, and risk-based approaches should be introduced to provide proportional, situational and low-cost regulatory regulation.


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Personal information protection; Big data; Accountability; Transparency; Consent

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10582

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