On March 29, 2017, the Second Roundtable on Cyberspace and Information Law and the Seminar on Cyberspace Regulation were successfully held in Beijing. The roundtable was sponsored by the Cyberspace and Information Law Research Committee of China Law Society, and jointly organized by CASS Center for the Study of Culture and Legal System, Cyberspace and Information Law Department of CASS Law Institute and the Alliance of New Governance Think Tank. It is an interdisciplinary and cross-cutting small pragmatic meeting mechanism participated by the government, the internet and information industry, the academic circle and the mass media. Its purpose is to facilitate discussions on major issues in the development of the legal system of cyberspace and information and to provide advices and suggestions to the government on dealing with these issues. The roundtable and seminar were attended by representatives from the Office of Central Leading Group for Cyberspace Affairs of CPC Central Committee, State Administration of Industry and Commerce, National Health and Family Planning Committee, State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television, CASS, Tencent, Sina.com, Baidu.com, JD Finance, and Ctrip.com, who carried out in-depth exchange opinions and discussions from different perspectives the practical problems in the regulation of the cyberspace and put forward corresponding suggestions and recommendations.