- Identifies applicable Chinese laws governing the use of the Internet
- Explores systematic updates with easy-to-understand interpretations of legal doctrines, principles, and statutes
- Practice-focused cases with illustrations exemplify how Chinese Internet laws are currently enforced
- Comprehensive and broad-spectrum coverage of a myriad of topics with regard to cyberspace
- Perfect for legal and business academics, as well as professionals who have an interest in the regulation of the Internet
About This Title
Chinese Internet Law represents a comprehensive, systematic, and up-to-date introduction to the Chinese laws governing the use of the Internet, also known as the information network. This book introduces the framework of China’s legal system and the different levels of laws applicable to the Internet. It explores Internet law in China by carving out several key areas and exploring a wide range of topics, such as domain name, operation of an Internet service business, electronic contract and signature, intellectual property, e-commerce, and much more.
By presenting many case illustrations, this book stresses the practical application of the law that is faced by both individuals and organizations in Chinese cyberspace. Further, with analysis of cases based on theoretical underpinnings, this book is particularly valuable to legal and business academics as well as professionals who have an interest in understanding Internet regulations and related activities in China.
About the Editor
Zhang Chu is the Dean and Professor of Law at Xihua University, School of Law, in Chengdu, China. He graduated from Northwest University of Politics & Law with his Master’s Degree in Civil Law in 1989 and China University of Politics & Law in 2000 with his Doctoral Degree for Civil Law. He has published three articles and has also participated in compiling more than ten academic books. Zhang published his book China Patent Legal System and Practice, co-written with Dr. Xu Xingxiang, in June 2010.
His professional and academic experience includes: Professor, Ph.D. supervisor, and Director of the Intellectual Property Research Center of China University of Political Science and Law; Visiting Scholar, Columbia University, New York; Founder of Transnational Intellectual Property Institute (USA); Special Expert of All-China Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese; Consultant of Rule of Law Committee of Internet Society of China Rule of Law Committee; Expert of Online Dispute Resolution Center of CIETAC; and Adjunct Professor of Law, Duquesne University.