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数字经济争议解决法律制度研讨会成功举办 Seminar on Dispute Resolution in Digital Economy Successfully Completed

2019年10月24日,为纪念域名争议解决制度建立二十周年、电子商务法颁布一周年,由贸仲与北京师范大学互联网政策与法律研究中心联合主办的“数字经济争议解决法律制度研讨会”(Seminar on Dispute Resolution in Digital Economy)在京成功举办。贸仲副主任兼秘书长王承杰出席了会议并致辞。北京市高级人民法院审委会专职委员、民三庭庭长杨柏勇、中国互联网络信息中心(CNNIC)主任助理胡安磊、互联网域名系统国家工程研究中心(ZDNS)副主任刘志江作主题发言。北京师范大学互联网政策与法律研究中心主任、贸仲域名争议解决中心副主任薛虹主持了致辞和主题发言环节。互联网域名系统国家工程研究中心主任毛伟、互联网名称与数字地址分配机构(ICANN)北京合作中心主任张建川等出席了会议。

王承杰秘书长作为贸仲域名争议解决中心的主任,在致辞中回顾了贸仲域名争议解决中心的成立和发展历程,对专家们在域名争议解决案件中的所做出的贡献致以谢意,对未来数字经济发展的新模式、争议解决为数字经济保驾护航等进行了展望,并表示贸仲将不断完善域名争议解决机制,促进网上争议解决理论和实践的发展,为数字经济的健康有序发展发挥积极作用。

杨柏勇专委介绍了法院受理域名案件的情况,总结了法院受理的域名案件的类型和特点,强调了立法与司法实践致力于打击恶意抢注域名行为的原则。

胡安磊主任助理介绍了域名争议解决政策、规则的制定、修改和实施,指出贸仲是CNNIC授权的第一家争议解决机构,为.cn、.中国域名争议解决机制的确立和发展提供了范本。

刘志江副主任回顾了域名争议解决制度严谨的确立过程,提出域名争议解决制度在平衡域名的发展和管理之间的关系、在先权益人和域名持有人之间的关系上发挥着重要的作用。

研讨会分为两个议题,第一个议题围绕“域名争议解决二十年”进行回顾和讨论,由贸仲副秘书长李虎主持,中国互联网络信息中心法务主管丁尚军、贸仲多元处副处长崔新民、互联网域名系统国家工程研究中心高级总监冯硕分别从《国家顶级域名注册实施细则》等三项国家顶级域名管理制度解读、贸仲域名争议解决实践、新一轮通用顶级域名展望等方面,分享了域名的注册制度、争议解决和发展前景,揭示了完整的域名相关制度体系。

第二个议题围绕“电子商务争议解决”展开深入讨论,由杨柏勇专委主持,北京互联网法院综合审判第二庭庭长刘书涵介绍了电子商务法的司法实践、总结了网络争议案件的类型和特点,薛虹主任从电商法起草者的角度介绍了电子商务法争议解决制度的顶层设计,新浪高级法务专家王磊、中国法制出版社编辑主管谢雯也分别介绍了新浪网上调解实践经验和分享了传媒对电商法的编辑和传播的心得。

数十位专家、学者以及域名注册管理、知识产权代理等相关领域专业人员参加了本次研讨会,会场气氛融洽,会议取得了圆满成功。

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Prof. Xue presented at Aspen Seminars for Leaders

Aspen Institute Italia is an international non-profit association dedicated to the high level exchange of information and values. The Aspen international network includes independent but coordinated offices in the US, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Japan, India, Mexico, New Zealand, Romania, Spain and Ukraine.

The Aspen Seminars for Leaders (ASL) are the successful European version of the renowned original Aspen Executive Seminars. Their format represents a unique approach, both at the national and at the international level: the environment created at these events encourages free and open debate, leading to an in-depth analysis of topical issues of the day. The relevance of the discussions, the informal atmosphere, the limited number of participants per seminar and the common activities are just some of the characteristics of Aspen Italia’s seminar activity. ASL provides a unique opportunity to enhance knowledge and gain information; they offer a wide range of perspectives on the strategic challenges of a more and more globalized, multi-sided and competitive world. Far from giving off-the-shelf answers, the Seminars represent a sort of open agorà where businessmen can meditate upon the issues they have to tackle with daily, as well as the contradictory interests, values and cultures of the modern society.

In October 2019 the Aspen Seminars for Leaders was held in Venice at the San Clemente Palace Kempinski. The modern complex, with its beautiful open courtyards, preserves the charm and atmosphere of the ancient Camaldolite monastery, built in the second half of the seventeenth century. The artistic heritage and stunning scenery provide the perfect setting for meditative analysis.

Prof. Xue was invited to presented at the Workshop of data driven society. With the advent of the digital age, the relationship between data, technology, foreign policy and security is growing. For a long time, the Internet was seen as the modern agora. Today however, more and more experts highlight the risks that come from an increasingly concentrated control of data in the hands of a few players. At the center of the discussion is the fear that the internet could turn into a breach of democratic systems, with far greater repercussions than in the past. Prof. Xue emphasized the importance of protection of personal information while pursuing the social economic development. Prof. Xue particularly pointed out that undermining data protection in data-driven society is like development of manufacture industry at the cost of environmental protection. It’s not sustainable to adopt the model of pollution first and clean-up later-on. Her presentation was strongly supported by the all the participants.

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