Macau Cybersecurity Law Comes Into Effect; Mandatory Mobile Phones Registration Now Required

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The Macau Cybersecurity Law came into effect on Dec.22, which requires all mobile phone users to register their real names with their mobile numbers to service operators in 120 days, or risk termination of phone services.

The Macau government described the purpose of the law as “to ensure that the network, system and data information used by critical infrastructure will be properly protected.” However, critics raised concerns that the law jeopardizes residents’ privacy without protecting cybersecurity, as most attacks are not launched from mobile users.

Source: Stand News

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