Get ready for the Chinese PIPL

The new Chinese Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) requires companies not established in China to appoint a privacy representative when reaching out to the Chinese market. Pre-register for the representation now and secure your special deal.

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Does my company need an Art. 53 PIPL representative in China?

Companies without an entity, branch or establishment in China are required to appoint and report a representative in China according to Art. 53 PIPL if they:

  • provide products or services to natural people inside China;
  • analyse or assess activities of natural persons inside China (profiling).
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Be prepared with Prighter

If you are reaching out to the Chinese market, you will need to appoint a representative. Prighter can offer you this service with a wide range of competitive advantages.

  • Chinese office supported by a Chinese law firm to get you compliant with the requirement to appoint a Chinese representative and communicate with local authorities.
  • Handling the registration of the representative’s appointment with the local authorities according to Art 53 PIPL.
  • Taking over the communication with local authorities in case the competent authorities deem data processing activities to result in a high risk to compliance with Art 64 PIPL.

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China's Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) FAQ:

Does our company need a PIPL Representative?