The Cyberspace Administration of China has published a set of draft provisions for the Standard Contract in the Cross-border Transfer of Personal Information. A public consultation will close on 29 July. The draft clauses carry similar conditions to the EU's Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs). However, there are also some notable differences that could impact the implementation of a mechanism for cross-border data transfers outside of China. This IAPP article examines where China's proposals overlap with the EU Sccs and where there are unique differences.
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