This document was translated jointly by Graham Webster, Paul Triolo and Rogier Creemers
CAC Notice concerning the Public Solicitation of Opinions on the “Critical Information Infrastructure Security Protection Regulations (Opinion-seeking Draft)”
In order to guarantee the security of critical information infrastructure, based on the “Cybersecurity Law of the People’s Republic of China”, our Administration, jointly with relevant departments, has drafted the “Critical Information Infrastructure Security Protection Regulations (Opinion-seeking Draft)”, which is now made public for open solicitation of opinions. Relevant work units and individuals from all circles may, before 10 August, put forward opinions through the following ways:
1, Sending opinions in a letter form to: Beijing Xicheng Chegongzhuang Avenue 11, CAC Cybersecurity Coordination Bureau, Post Code 100044, and clearly indicate “opinion solicitation” on the envelope
2, Sending an e-mail to: email@example.com.
10 July 2017
Critical Information Infrastructure Security Protection Regulations
Chapter 1: General principles Read the rest of this entry »
This translation was kindly provided by Paul Triolo
Article 1 These Measures are developed with a view to enhancing the secure and controllable levels of network products and services, guarding against cyber security risks, and safeguarding the national security, and in accordance with the laws and regulations such as National Security Law of the People’s Republic of China and the Cybersecurity Law of the People’s Republic of China.
Article 2 Important network products and services procured for use in networks and information systems that touch on national security are subject to a cybersecurity review.
Article 3 A cybersecurity review shall be conducted for network products and services and their supply chains, in a manner that combines enterprise commitments with public supervision, combines third-party assessments with government continuous regulation, and combines laboratory testing with on-site checks, on-line monitoring and background investigations. Read the rest of this entry »
This translation was published first on China Law Translate, and is reposted here with kind permission.
Article 1: These Provisions are formulated on the basis of the “Standing Committee of the National of the National People’s Congress’s Decision on Strengthening Protections for Online Information”, the “State Council’s Notification of Authorization of the State Internet Information Office to be Responsible for Efforts to Management Internet Information Content”, “Measures for the Management of Internet Information Services”, and the “Provisions on the Management of Internet News Information Services” so as to strengthen management of internet live-streaming services, to protect the lawful rights and interests of citizens, legal persons, and other organizations, safeguard national security and the public interest.
Article 1: In order to strengthen management of mobile Internet application (apps) information services, protect the lawful rights of citizens, legal persons and other organizations, safeguard national security and the public interest, on the basis of the “National People’s Congress Standing Committee Decision concerning Strengthening Online Information Protection” and the “State Council Notice concerning Authorizing the Cyberspace Administration of China to Take Responsibility of Internet Information Content Management”, these Regulations are formulated.
(Opinion-seeking Revision Draft)
Chapter I: General provisions.
Article 1: In order to standardize Internet news information service activities, stimulate the healthy and orderly development of Internet news information services, protect the lawful rights and interests of citizens, legal persons and other organizations, safeguard national security and the public interests, on the basis of the “National People’s Congress Standing Committee Decision concerning Strengthening the Protection of Online Information” and the “Internet Information Service Management Rules” and other such laws and administrative regulations, these Rules are formulated. Read the rest of this entry »
Notice concerning Further Strengthening Management of Radio and Television Presenters and the Use of Guest Stars
This translation is based on a Xinhua announcement via QQ News. I am not sure this is the complete text of the Notice, given its brevity and lack of detail, but no more complete version has so far been published.
XGDF No. 129
I, Strictly implement on-the-job management regulations for presenters.
News, commentary and interview programmes may not have or covertly have assisting presenter positions, radio and television programmes must have a clear division of work between presenters and guest stars, presenters shall be responsible for anchoring, guiding and controlling the programme, it is prohibited to have “guest star presenters”, and guest stars cannot exercise the duties of presenters.
II, Strengthen information management of presenters’ professional conduct.
III, Earnestly implement pre-broadcast censorship and rebroadcast re-censorship structures.
IV, Strengthen education and training for presenters and guest stars.
V, Make clear who bears chief responsibilities, and ensure they are satisfactorily carries out.
VI, Ensure that presenter qualifications are inspected and management structures are constructed for presenters and guest stars.
This Notice takes effect on 1 July 2015. The Notice requires that all radio and television work units “grasp the research and formulation of management rules for presenters and the use of guest stars in that work unit, professional conduct information management rules, pre-broadcast censorship regulations and education and training plans.
Some Opinions concerning the Use of Big Data to Strengthen Service to and Supervision of Market Subjects
State Council General Office
GBF No. (2015)51
All provincial, autonomous region and municipal People’s Governments, all State Council ministries and commissions, all directly subordinate bodies:
In order to fully use the advanced ideas, technologies and resources of big data to strengthen service to and supervision of market subjects, move forward government streamlining and decentralization of powers, as well as the transformation of government functions, and raise the government’s governing capacity, with the approval of the State Council, the following Opinions are put forward. Read the rest of this entry »
XGCF No. (2014)122
All provincial, autonomous region and municipal press, publications, radio, film and television bureaus and Internet information offices, the Xinjiang Production-Construction Corps Press and Publications Bureau and Internet information office, the Liberation Army General Political Department Propaganda Department Press and Publications Bureau and Internet Information Office, all Central and State bodies’ ministries and commissions, all democratic parties, all controlling work units of people’s organization’s news bodies and central news websites:
In order to strengthen the construction of editorial and journalistic teams in news websites and raise the overall quality of teams, on the basis of the relevant requirements of the Centre, and according to the relevant provisions of the “State Council Notice concerning Authorizing the Cyberspace Administration of China to Be Responsible for Internet Information Content Management Work”, the Internet Information Service Management Rules”, the “Internet News Information Service Management Regulations” and the “Journalist Credential Management Rules”, it has been decided that journalist credentials will be approved and issued to news websites who have obtained a Category I Internet News Information Service Permit and conform to conditions, according to the principles of “careful implementation, phased approval, security and order, manageability and controllability”. Hereby, the relevant matters are notified as follows: Read the rest of this entry »
Guiding Opinions concerning Strengthening Cybersecurity Work in the Telecommunications and Internet Sectors
GXBB No. (2014)368
All provincial, autonomous region and municipal telecommunications management bureaus, China Telecom Group Co., China Mobile Telecom Group Co., China United Network Communications Group Co., the National Computer Network Emergency Response Coordination Centre, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology Academy for Telecommunications Research, the Telecommunications Sector Professional Skills Supervision and Guidance Centre, the China Association of Communication enterprises, the Internet Society of China, all Internet domain name registration management bodies, and relevant work units: Read the rest of this entry »