An article by New York University US-Asia Law Institute Research Scholar Chi Yin and Nankai University School of Law associate professor Tonghui Zhu in the South China Morning Post highlights how the strong protections contained within China's Personal Information Privacy Law (PIPL) should offer some reassurances to international governments concerned over TikTok sharing their citizens' personal data with Chinese parent company ByteDance. The article includes an example of a case in which journalists had grounds to bring lawsuits against ByteDance under the PIPL after the company inappropriately obtained data belonging to them.
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