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Chinese Barriers Laws, what are the Stakes for European Companies ?

Abstract

The use or misuse of digital tools, according to the American conception, makes the implementation of these laws even more intricate and restrictive. The interconnectedness of networks thus becomes a double-edged sword. The United States through the 2020 Cloud Act pertaining to communications data 6 , interprets the use of its data processing servers as representing its jurisdiction and allows itself to sanction foreign companies for acts committed on foreign soil. Even better! Through the ITAR, the United States compels companies to forward information on certain so-called sensitive material solely through American communication channels. All exchanges of information are thus drastically monitored. Within this globalised economic warfare context, the phenomenon of extraterritoriality of the law is becoming more widespread.
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hal-04026549 , version 1 (17-04-2023)

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Christine Dugoin-Clément, Isabelle Cadet. Chinese Barriers Laws, what are the Stakes for European Companies ?. Les Notes du CREOGN, 2022, 73. ⟨hal-04026549⟩
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