China: Concerns over cyber-security law's impact on foreign firms

A new law that gives the Chinese government greater control over the internet has come into force.

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    A new law that gives the Chinese government greater control over the internet has come into force.

    Critics argue the cyber-security law will mean unprecedented access to technology and data held by foreign companies doing business in China.

    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from Beijing.


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