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China to crack down on handling of data under new law

Beijing will also put foreign companies under its scope

Chinese paramilitary police patrol the Forbidden City in Beijing.   © Reuters

BEIJING -- Businesses, including foreign ones, that collect and use data in ways that "harm national security or the public interest" would face hefty fines under new legislation drafted by Beijing amid its escalating tech clash with Washington.

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