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Annual Conference of the Cyberspace and Information Law Research Committee of China Law Society Held in Hangzhou

(Part II)

After the keynote speeches, the forum was divided into four parallel sessions. The first session, “legislation on the protection of personal information”, consisted of two units “legal response to the protection of personal information” and “objectives of the legislation on the protection of personal information”, in which the following issues were discussed: AI and protection of personal information, rules on the protection of personal information in commercial use, the compliance with the regulations on the protection of personal information in the big data era, the fragmentization, low-level, and inoperability of the provisions on the protection of personal information in current laws, problems with the current privacy policies of enterprises, data masking, the role played by civil litigation in the protection of personal data, the criminal law protection of the right to personal information, and the adoption civil law provisions on the protection of personal information.

The second session, “sharing economy and legal transformation”, consisted of two units “the regulation of sharing economy” and “adjustment of the cyberspace law”, in which the following issues were discussed: government regulation of sharing economy, the social responsibility of sharing economy, challenges to information management posed by sharing economy , digital labor, characteristics of sharing economy, cyberspace social government, the mode of government regulation of online taxi-hailing service, latest legislation on e-commerce, the meaning of information law, credit punishment mechanism, and the challenges to the existing legal system by new economic forms.

The third session, “big data and cyber-security”, consisted of two units “big data and cyber governance” and “the construction of the rule of law in the field of cyber-security”, in which the following issues were discussed: the synchronization between data security and the development of big data, application of Chinese law in transnational e-commerce, civil-military integration in the field of cyberspace, innovation of governance mode in the AI era, international experience in the governance of internet data, cyberspace financial crimes, criminal law response to the risks of big data, the balance between data flow and the protection of personal data, the responsibilities of internet platforms in the era of intelligent internet, and legal problems encountered by AI in new retail fields.

The fourth session, “new finance and regulation of technologies”, consisted of two units “financial innovation and consumer protection” and “opportunities and challenges faced by technologies of financial regulation”, in which the following issues were discussed: forms of competition in the field of internet finance, judicial resolution of disputes in internet finance, regulation of internet finance, comparison between new and traditional financial concepts against the background of internet finance, block-chains and intellectual property, the role played by technologies in financial regulation, regulation of the application of robo-advisor in the market, the application of technological supervision platform in the field of internet finance, rules on the regulation of information in internet financial platforms,