The 2008 Internet Legal Summit Forum was held in Beijing to discuss2018/12/18
On December 1,2018, the Internet Criminal Law Summit Forum was held in Beijing. The Forum was co-sponsored by the Chinese Society of Criminology, the Criminal Law Science Research Center of Renmin University of China and the Safety Management Department of Tencent Company. Nearly 100 scholars from Renmin University of China, Peking University, Tsinghua University, China University of Politics and Law, Beijing Normal University, and experts from the Standing Committee of the National People,s Congress, the Supreme People,s Court, the Supreme People,s Procuratorate, the Ministry of Public Security, the Ministry of Justice, publicsecurity organs at all levels, judicial organs and professionals from theInternet industry participated in the meeting, with a total of more than 300 participants.
The theme of this forum is "Network Risk and Legal Governance", which is divided into main forum and sub-forum. The main forum introduced the "basic issues of cybercrime governance", while sub-forum focused on two topics: "the source of cybercrime: cybercrime governance of malicious registration of Internet accounts" and "judicial protection of Internet intellectual propertyrights". At the same time, this forum innovatively demonstrates the malicious registration and numbering tools on spot.
The opening ceremony was chaired by Professor Liu Mingxiang, Chairman of the Academic Committee of the Criminal Law Science Research Center of Renmin University of China, Dai Yuzhong, Chairman of the Advisory Committee of the Criminal LawScience Research Center of Renmin University of China, Huanghe, President of the Chinese Society of Criminology, You Xueyun, Deputy Director of the Network Integrated Coordination Management and Law Enforcement Supervision Bureau ofthe Office of the Central Cyberspace Affairs Commission, and Xie Hu, Vice President of Tencent Company made speeches successively.
It is reported that since 2013, the Internet Criminal Law Summit Forum has been held for six consecutive sessions. The forum aims to enhance exchanges and interaction amongall sectors of the industry in order to cope with the increasingly severe cyberspace security situation. The Forum provides a new way of thinking for promoting the understanding and application of relevant laws, solving the major difficult problems in the process of combating cybercrime, and actively exploring the construction path of the rule of law in cyberspace. It has made a beneficial contribution to the construction of the rule of law in China,s cyberspace. Professor Shi Yan,an, Director of the Criminal Law Science Research Center of Renmin University of China, said that next year, the forum will carry out further discussions on Internet financial crimes and other issues.
(Editor: KANG Bingguo)