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Data Rights Law 2.0

The System Construction

by SSAP International (Author)
Monographs XXXII, 320 Pages

Summary

Human rights, real rights, and data rights will be the three categories of fundamental rights of mankind in the future. Data rights, in essence, are the rights to share and the ultimate manifestation of data ownership. They aim at the effective use of data and holds special significance for our future life.
– People.cn
The digital civilization is the value justification and driving force of the creation of the data rights law, while the data rights law offers basis for the existence of the digital civilization, helping maintain its systems and improving its order.
– Democracy and Law Times
The research of the data rights law is a grand groundbreaking project and a major social and academic issue that future generations will have to continue to work on.
– China and Africa Daily
In this sense, the data rights law is the product of a leap of our civilization and its order, and it pushes for the leap of the human world from the industrial civilization to the digital civilization.
– eztv.vip
The proposal of the data rights law has laid a legal foundation for us to safeguard national data sovereignty, take form hold on our right to formulate data rights rules, have our voice heard in the international community in the field of data rights, and promote the rule of law in global cyberspace governance. It is of special importance to the building of a community with a shared future in cyberspace.
– World Chinese Weekly

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Human rights, real rights, and data rights will be the three categories of fundamental rights of mankind in the future. Data rights, in essence, are the rights to share and the ultimate manifestation of data ownership. Th ey aim at the eff ective use of data and holds special signifi cance for our future life.

– People.cn

The digital civilization is the value justification and driving force of the creation of the data rights law, while the data rights law offers basis for the existence of the digital civilization, helping maintain its systems and improving its order.

– Democracy and Law Times

The research of the data rights law is a grand groundbreaking project and a major social and academic issue that future generations will have to continue to work on.

– China and Africa Daily

In this sense, the data rights law is the product of a leap of our civilization and its order, and it pushes for the leap of the human world from the industrial civilization to the digital civilization.

– eztv.vip

The proposal of the data rights law has laid a legal foundation for us to safeguard national data sovereignty, take firm hold on our right to formulate data rights rules, have our voice heard in the international community in the field of data rights, and promote the rule of law in global cyberspace governance. It is of special importance to the building of a community with a shared future in cyberspace.

– World Chinese Weekly

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Institute Introduction

Key Laboratory of Big Data Strategy, established in April 2015, is an interdisciplinary, professional, international and open research platform co-founded by the Guiyang Municipal People’s Government and Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Commission. It is a new-type, high-level think tank for the researches on Chinese big data development.

Relying on the Global City Development Corporation Council, Beijing (GDCC) and the Guiyang Innovation-Driven Development Strategy Research Institute (GDI), Key Laboratory of Big Data Strategy established two research centers in Beijing and Guiyang. And it sets up five research bases, respectively, Research Base in the Party School of the CPC Central Committee, Research Base in the China National Committee for Terms in Sciences and Technologies, Research Base in Zhejiang University, Research Base in China University of Political Science and Law, and Research Base in Shanghai Academy of Science & Technology. In Guizhou Province, three research bases were approved and established, they are, the Block Data Theory and Applicable Innovation Research Base, the Big Data Applicable Innovation Research Base for Urban Space Decision, and the Big Data Innovation in Culture Research Base. The “two centers, five research bases, and three research platforms” have created a new research system and a regional collaborative innovation pattern.

The publications of The Key Laboratory of Big Data Strategy include Block Data: The Signal of the Arrival of Big Data Time, Block Data 2.0: Paradigm Revolution in the Era of Big Data, Block Data 3.0: Order Internet and Sovereign Blockchain, Block Data 4.0: Activation Dataology in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, Block Data 5.0: Theories and Methods of Data Sociology, Data Rights Law 1.0: The Theoretical Basis (published in Simplified Chinese, English, French, German and Traditional Chinese), Sovereignty Blockchain 1.0: Orderly Internet and Community with a Shared Future for Humanity and Blue Book of Big Data - Annual Report on Development of Big Data in China (No.1-No.4). So far, big data development theories and key innovative fruits in practice have exerted significant influence at home and abroad.

Editor’s Profile

Professor Lian Yuming

Doctor of Engineering

Member of the CPPCC National Committee

President of Global City Development Corporation Council, Beijing

Director of the Data Rights Law Research Centre in China University of Political Science and Law

Prof. Lian Yuming is a renowned urban development expert in China. He is Vice Chairman of the Beijing Chaoyang District People’s Political Consultative Conference, member of the Experts Consultative Committee for the People’s Government of Beijing, Vice Chairman of Beijing Federation of Social Science Circles, chief expert in the Research Base of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Coordinated Development, as well as director of Beijing Key Laboratory of Urban Science Research Based on Big Data. His researches mainly focus on urbanology, science of decision making, and sociology. His works include Rising of Cities, Beijing Strategic Positioning, and Rediscovery of World Cities.

In March 2014, Prof. Lian took a temporary post as Mayor’s Assistant of Guiyang municipal people’s government, and was appointed as the president of Guiyang Innovation-Driven Development Strategy Research Institute, the director of the Key Laboratory of Big Data Strategy. From then on, he has been devoted to the researches on big data strategy, and published the following books: Block Data: The Signal of the Arrival of Big Data Time, Block Data 2.0: Paradigm Revolution in the Era of Big Data, Block Data 3.0: Order Internet and Sovereign Blockchain, Block Data 4.0: Activation Dataology in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, Block Data 5.0: Theories and Methods of Data Sociology, Data Rights Law 1.0: The Theoretical Basis (published in Simplified Chinese, English, French, German and Traditional Chinese), Sovereignty Blockchain 1.0: Orderly Internet and Community with a Shared Future for Humanity and Blue Book of Big Data - Annual Report on Development of Big Data in China (No.1-No.4).

Details

Pages
XXXII, 320
ISBN (PDF)
9781789978391
ISBN (ePUB)
9781789978407
ISBN (MOBI)
9781789978414
ISBN (Hardcover)
9781789978384
Language
English
Publication date
2020 (June)
Tags
Data rights Data rights law Data rights system
Published
Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, New York, Wien, 2020. XXXII, 320 pp., 1 fig. b/w, 21 tables.

Biographical notes

SSAP International (Author)

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