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China Looks to Protect Markets with New Cyber Rules

China issued new security regulations to extend rules pertaining to market-sensitive data provided by foreign vendors, such as Reuters and Bloomberg, to also include domestic providers. So reports the South China Morning Post.

The Cyberspace Administration of China released the rules governing financial data used by institutional and some professional investors to help crack down on “content deemed detrimental to the country’s financial stability.” Violating the new rules could expose one to censorship, being added to a watch list or possible charges.

Read the full story from the South China Morning Post.

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