This past week, a Brigada reader wrote, asking for more input on the new Chinese security provisions that are apparently set to go into play on Dec. 13th. For more information, see sites like https://backtojerusalem.com/china-introduces-new-law-that-will-change-the-life-of-all-christians-and-foreign-missionaries/ and https://www.computerweekly.com/opinion/Chinas-first-cyber-security-law-what-it-means-for-companies. Are we reading these correctly — that those who provide VPNs for workers in-country will supposedly be fined for breaking this law, even if they’re not inside China? How would that work? Are the workers also in trouble if they choose to use it? Would this not have huge impact on workers inside of China who are living there intentionally because they love God and love people? If this is true, what are options for existing workers already serving there? Can someone help us understand this please?
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