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China's cyberspace regulator has announced that data exports from the country will require security reviews, beginning September 1. The Cyberspace Administration of China's (CAC) policy was first floated in October 2021 and requires businesses that transfer data offshore to conduct a security review. The requirements kick in …

  1. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

    And if you’re not in, you can’t win win .... is one almighty powerful driver

    A case of "if you can't join them, beat them" perhaps?

    Nice one, Laura Dobberstein.

    :-) Perhaps, but only if you’re smarter than the average bear, Boo Boo. And that’s a root source with many a misleading and deluded branch pumped and dumped into bull market spaces riddling empires and enterprises with all manner of surreal and stealthy opportunities and vulnerabilities to be relentlessly and exhaustively exploited and exported/employed and deployed.

    What do you consider CyberSpace to be? A human or alien place? A human invention with alien resources? It certainly appears to IT and AI that humanity is both either in thrall or in fear of that which is in deep command and dark control of shenanigans touted as being APT and ACTive and free to roam and attract attention and support and traction within its midsts/clouds/spaces.

    Can you honestly deny such a fact, preferring instead to claim and pimp it as a fantastic fiction? Would that not be manifestly delusional?

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