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China should promote free movement of digital data, government think tank says

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China should encourage the free movement of digital information across borders and consider setting up regional data security pacts with Southeast Asian nations, a government think tank has suggested as part of the country’s plan to boost its digital economy.Policymakers should prepare for an explosion of industrial digital data far bigger than the pool of personal information already online, and adopt a regulatory approach that balances cybersecurity with technology-driven growth, the…

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China should encourage the free movement of digital information across borders and consider setting up regional data security pacts with Southeast Asian nations, a government think tank has suggested as part of the country’s plan to boost its digital economy.Policymakers should prepare for an explosion of industrial digital data far bigger than the pool of personal information already online, and adopt a regulatory approach that balances cybersecurity with technology-driven growth, the…
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