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China's top internet regulator seeks public opinions on cybersecurity | Updated: 2023-12-08 11:51
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A draft regulation on reporting cybersecurity issues has been unveiled by China's top internet regulator to solicit public opinions and suggestions from Friday.

The Cyberspace Administration of China said the document was formulated to regulate the reporting process after the occurrence of cyberattacks, so as to reduce the loss and harm caused by the incidents and better safeguard the national and network security.

Individuals and departments can not only offer advice about the draft regulation through websites - or www., but also can send their ideas through postal letter or e-mail, according to the administration.

The deadline for collecting opinions is Jan 7, 2024.

Over the past few years, Chinese lawmakers, governments, associations and enterprises have all stepped up efforts to guarantee cybersecurity by making policies, upgrading technologies and helping enhance people's security awareness.

In addition to adopting the Cybersecurity Law that came into effect on June 2017, Chinese police have intensified the fight against hackers.

The Ministry of Public Security said last month that police officers nationwide solved 2,430 criminal cases involving hackers since the start of 2022, leading to the capture of more than 7,000 suspects.

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