The PRC’s Personal Information Protection Law (“PIPL”) establishes a framework for data protection: accountability of all actors, strengthening of human rights, implementation within the company of compliance mechanisms, liabilities and penalties in case of breaches. The training “PIPL law: legal framework and key steps to implement internal compliance practices” deals with the key points to implement and follow the internal data compliance program.
- Overview of China’s Data Protection Regime
- Identify the requirements and liabilities of entities concerned by the PIPL
- Understand the specificities of data processing of Personal Information and cross-border Data Transfer provisions
- Through case studies, gain insights and practical guidance to implement internal data compliance practices
This training offers an overview of the current iteration of China’s cybersecurity compliance and data protection framework and presents the essential regulations for undertaking the data security self-assessments required for all network operators. Participants leave the training with a ‘roadmap’ towards cybersecurity and data compliance in China and a working understanding of the Multi-Level Protection Scheme (MLPS) 2.0, essential for evaluating their status before implementing internal compliance practices.
- Learn the fundamentals of China’s cybersecurity framework and know how it might impact the essential business functions
- Understand several key pieces of the framework which together make up the MLPS 2.0
- Gain practical insights and skills to evaluate the company’s data compliance footing and create strategies to fill compliance gaps.
This course gives participants the fundamentals and mechanisms on how to grasp Chinese data protection, and how to get compliant in terms of cross-border data processing. Case studies and analysis sharing will present how to distinguish between different types of data-related actions, how the Chinese system might appear similar and in what ways is different with the US but also the UE model of data protection.
- Differentiating between types of data-related actions (transfer, storage etc.)
- Planning of data-compliant strategy for the company
- Explaining possible consequences of not getting compliant with Chinese data-related laws
Advertising Law training is a course, in which participants learn the key principles for the advertising activities and campaigns to be in compliance with the Chinese new regulations. It provides guidance through updated laws in the related field and presents the possible consequences in case of misleading or false advertising, which can restrict access to the advertising platforms and impact the company’s business.
- Understanding legal background of the advertising law in China
- Explaining possible consequences and penalties in case of false or misleading advertising
- Getting to know the latest changes, up-to-date topics and the best marketing practices in compliance with the Chinese regulations
This training allows participants to gain legal basics and useful skills on the infringement mechanisms, on how to detect bad-faith registrations, and in case of that happening, how to tackle the problem. The course involves all aspects regarding the subject of typical IP infringements and explains such related aspects as counterfeiting, trademark hoarding and fair use.
- Differentiate between registrable and non-registrable IP rights and understanding on how they contribute to company’s business
- Master the basics on how to establish potential risks of infringement of someone else’s IP and to asses if a company/individual is a bad-faith hoarder
- Planning of IP strategy for the company
This training provides fundamentals and key principles on how to secure and protect IP rights and understanding of the Chinese regulatory landscape with a perspective on international treaties involving China as a contracting party. It gives an overview of means of filing for overseas application, explain the concept of territoriality of IP rights, and consequences of not thinking ‘globally’ about the products or services.
- Differentiate between registrable and non-registrable IP rights and general understanding on how they contribute to company’s business
- Planning of IP strategy for the company including overseas countries and ‘greater China’
- Explaining possible consequences of not designing proper IP strategy for the product/services