China continues to forge ahead in the development of the digital economy. For example, on May 18, 2022, China’s first professional court to handle cases related to data resources was established – the Data Resource Tribunal of Wenzhou Ouhai District People’s Court. The background: with the development of the digital economy, the production, storage, use… Continue reading First Tribunal for Data Resources Established
A policy change is underway in China that is causing foreign companies to strategically reevaluate how they do business. The goal of the new policy is to strengthen the common good through more intensive control of markets. The relevant document is the Opinions on Accelerating the Construction of a Single National Market of China of… Continue reading Politics of the Common Good: What Companies Need to Watch Out For
There are new proposals for data management and cross-border data transfer. For example, the issues of data ownership, use, processing and control should be clarified. Data privacy, trade secrets and national security should be regulated in certain use scenarios such as Big Data marketing, corporate data sharing and cross-border data flows. Regulation of cross-border data… Continue reading Data Protection: Obstacle to the Digital Economy?
The use of public blockchains and cryptocurrency trading have been heavily restricted in China since 2017. However, in 2019, the Chinese government realized that this technology is not only a risk of losing control, but can be very useful. Since then, it has been trying to target blockchain technology to improve cybersecurity and build a… Continue reading Blockchain Makes Evidence Secure