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SEP 2018 SPECIAL ISSUE: PARADIGMS OF INTERNET REGULATION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND CHINA


                                              Editor,s Note

  In view of the increasing importance of internet services for every society’s economic,social, cultural and even political development and well-being, governments need toaddress fundamental questions: Who is responsible for setting the rules governing internetcommunication — the government or economic operators? What should the future orderof public communication on the internet look like? Who will have rightful control overpersonal data and other intangible goods that can easily be reproduced and transportedaround the globe in the blink of an eye? Moreover, the internet is perceived as a criticalinfrastructure in need of protection (e.g. from terrorist attacks) and which is, thereby, amatter of national security policy. Taking into account the regulatory principles in theEuropean Union (EU) and China in general, we would expect that the approaches takenby European countries and in China to address issues of internet regulation could nothave been more different.

 Foreword, introductory note, editors, note and the special issue are listed in the following:

FOREWORD --- WANG Yi.pdf
FOREWORD --- Christian Walter.pdf

INTRODUCTORY NOTE --- Han Dayuan.pdf

INTRODUCTORY NOTE --- Dieter Grimm.pdf

NOTE.pdf

SPECIAL ISSUE 1.pdf

SPECIAL ISSUE 2.pdf

SPECIAL ISSUE 3.pdf

SPECIAL ISSUE 4.pdf

SPECIAL ISSUE 5.pdf

SPECIAL ISSUE 6.pdf

SPECIAL ISSUE 7.pdf

SPECIAL ISSUE 8.pdf

SPECIAL ISSUE 9.pdf






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