24 March 2022 13:00-15:00 (CET)
Law School Room 3 – Zoom Streaming
The Legal Framework of Data Law in China
China is one of the top countries in terms of data-driven digital economy in the world. With rapid growth of digital economy, China has, since 2016, enacted a series of statutes governing data governance which form cornerstones for solid development of its digital economy in future. The lecture will introduce the legislative and regulatory systems of data law in China and its impact on digital economy domestically and globally.
Guest Speaker Hao ZuochengDr. HAO Zuocheng is the executive director of the Center for Law and Development at the China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL), a main think tank for the National People’s Congress (NPC), China’s top legislature. Dr. Hao had, as senior legislative attorney, served the Legislative Affairs Commission of the NPC from 1995 to 2014. He participated in legislation of PRC Contract Law, PRC Property Law, PRC Tort Liability Law, PRC Civil Procedure, etc. He was a senior advisor in drafting PRC Cyber Security Law and Personal Information Protection Law. In addition, he founded the Center of Law and Policy in DiDi Chuxing, the largest ride hailing company in China. Dr. Hao obtained his LL.B, PhD in Law from CUPL, and Master of Common Law from the University of Hong Kong, LL.M from London School of Economics (LSE) and JSM from Stanford Law School.
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