CHINA. The Moodie Davitt Report and Jessica’s Secret are to collectively host a webinar on Wednesday, 17 November at 16.00 Beijing time to talk about the implications for the journey retail and model neighborhood of China’s new Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) which got here into impact on 1 November after being adopted on 20 August.
The PIPL is China’s first complete data privacy law and is designed to provide higher privacy safety to shoppers.
The PIPL stipulates how data could be collected and used inside China whereas additionally governing the actions of firms in search of to transfer data out of the nation. It governs the use and dealing with of private info, regulating how firms “collect, store, use, process, share, provide, transfer, and delete information” of Chinese residents at house and overseas.
“The law will reshape how companies in China do business, but will also send huge ripples around the world,” wrote specialist know-how publication Wired in an article headed ‘Ignore China’s New Data Privacy Law at Your Peril’.
The webinar, moderated by The Moodie Davitt Report Founder & Chairman Martin Moodie, will function a spread of skilled audio system, together with Stephen Peng, a Senior Partner at main Chinese law agency Jincheng Tongda & Neal and a contributor to Oriental Travel Retail Observer, the acclaimed month-to-month journey retail analysis challenge produced with Jessica’s Secret and out there by subscription by means of The Moodie Davitt Report.
He will probably be joined by Jessica’s Secret Founder & CEO Mirko Wang, who first recognized the implications of the new law for the journey retail trade, and different audio system to be named. Attendance is free however by registration (see footnote).
“After the PIPL came into effect, many brands and retailers came to us to ask about its impact, so we have organised this webinar to help travel retail stakeholders to identify and resolve any issues,” stated Wang.
“The PIPL has multiple repercussions for Chinese and international travel retailers and brands,” he added. “For instance, many retailers have arrange pre-order service web sites. When Chinese vacationers order on-line, they enter their private info. According to the new laws, these web sites could have to bear a safety evaluation to adjust to Chinese legal guidelines.
“Similarly, many manufacturers promote in Chinese media and based mostly on that promoting generate private info and transmit it abroad. Many worldwide journey manufacturers have additionally opened apps and WeChat programmes in China, which additionally includes amassing private info, together with geographical location, picture albums and so on and ship it to their worldwide or regional headquarters for data evaluation.
“Additionally many worldwide retailers are involved on the PIPL’s implications in phrases of the data they search from Chinese vacationers who go to the bodily shops whereas overseas – together with identify, passport quantity and flight info.
“We will be discussing all these points and more at the webinar.”
Note: To register free of cost for the webinar please electronic mail [email protected] headed ‘PIPL Webinar’.
In order to guarantee probably the most up to date and correct info from our panellists and to maximise preparation time, The Moodie Davitt Report and Jessica’s Secret are in search of questions upfront for the webinar. Simply electronic mail your query (all will probably be unattributable) to [email protected] headed ‘PIPL question’.