The legal documents you need for China's Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL).
China passed a new privacy law that goes into effect on November 1, 2021. We worked with the best privacy experts in China to automate the compliance documents you need to get ready quickly and affordably.
What is the PIPL?
The Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) is a new Chinese privacy law targeted at organizations that collect data from people in China. The new law goes into effect on November 1, 2021 and carries large penalties that can reach up to tens of millions of dollars.
How do we comply?
To comply with China's new law, companies need to document their compliance, analyze the costs and benefits of how they handle data, and handle consumer requests. This mountain of compliance paperwork can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to create... but not with SixFifty.
Solutions for the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL)
We provide solutions in the following areas
to help your organization comply with China's new law:
Generate the policies, notices, and contracts you need to get ready quickly and affordably.
Analyze whether the benefits of how your organization handles data outweigh the costs.
Data Requests (Coming soon)
Your customized system to collect, manage, and respond to data access requests.
Need to learn more about PIPL? This free 20+ page resource
covers everything from scope and definitions to fines and resources.
How SixFifty Works
We work with legal experts to teach a computer to write legal documents like a lawyer. And we update the documents as the law changes. The result is the best automated legal documents on the market.
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