The 9th Symposium of the Intellectual Property Branch of the Law Alumni Association was successfully held
To celebrate the 121st anniversary of Peking University and the 115th anniversary of the School of Law, at 14:00 on May 11th, the Intellectual Property Branch of the Peking University Law School Alumni Association, hosted by the Intellectual Property Branch of the Law School Alumni Association and hosted by Beijing Global Law Firm The nine-phase academic seminar was successfully held at Peking University Law School.
The ninth academic seminar officially launched
Zhang Wen, Dean of Beijing Internet Court, Zhang Lingling, Judge of Beijing Higher People's Court, Hu Wei, Judge of Shanghai Intellectual Property Court, Liu Zhenyan, Judge of Intellectual Property Tribunal of Tianjin High Court, Partner of Beijing Global Law Firm, Gui Jia, Mu Ying, Tsinghua Cui Guobin, deputy dean of the University Law School, director of the Financial Security and Network Technology Research Center of the People's Public Security University of China, Professor Wang Wei, deputy secretary of the Party Committee of Peking University Law School, Lu Jiangnan, professor of law school Zhang Ping, Yi Jiming, law school alumni work office Director Party Shuping, Deputy Director Lu Xinxin, Vice President of Intellectual Property Branch of Law School Alumni Association Yu Zehui, Secretary General Wang Danqing, Deputy Secretary General He Shengwen, and more than 100 Peking University law alumni and intellectual property field practice at home and abroad Experts and scholars from the world and the theoretical circles returned to Yanyuan to express their knowledge. The opening ceremony of the event was hosted by Party Shuping, director of the Office of the Alumni of Peking University Law School.
Dang Shuping presided over the opening ceremony
In the speech, Lu Jiangnan, vice president of the Peking University Law School Alumni Association and deputy secretary of the Peking University Law School, expressed warm welcome and greetings to the alumni. He said that the law school is a big family. In this big family, alumni are very important members. The vigorous development of the college's various undertakings cannot be separated from the strong support of the alumni. He pointed out that the intellectual property branch will follow the society and The series of seminars on academic frontier hotspots will make a great contribution to the further development of China's judicial practice, intellectual property theory and system, and sincerely wish the seminar a success.
Opening speech by Deputy Secretary Lu Jiangnan
Later, Vice President Yu Zehui delivered a speech. He first thanked Peking University Law School for his support for the development of the IP Branch. He said that today's IPR development has a close relationship with all of you here. The development of the IP Branch is inseparable. The contributions of the majority of alumni. The Intellectual Property Branch is a spiritual home for intellectual property alumni. Today's event is both an exchange and a return home. I wish the seminar a success.
Speech by Vice President Yu Zehui
In the speech, the partner of the Beijing Global Law Firm, Gui Jia, also expressed the honor of Beijing Global Law Firm to host this seminar, and introduced the Beijing Global Lawyer Affairs to the guests present. The history of the institute. He said that the development of the Internet has made data a more important property right. Big data also has many problems in its own development process. This is also the theme of this seminar. I hope that through today's discussion, we can open up for everyone. Ideas, find the appropriate regulatory methods.
Speech by Gui Jia
The seminar was divided into the first half. The first half was presided over by Yi Jiming, a professor at Peking University Law School.
Professor Yi Jiming presided over the first half of the seminar
As the first guest speaker, Zhang Ping, a professor at Peking University Law School, introduced the status of corporate personal information compliance and legislative thinking. Through the evaluation of different APPs, she analyzed in detail the current problems of enterprise protection of personal information, and proposed some ideas to solve problems at the national and social levels.
Professor Zhang Ping speaks
Cui Guobin, deputy dean of Tsinghua Law School, explained the choice of legislative model for the protection of big data property rights. It separately interpreted the characteristics and deficiencies of the protection of big data property rights through trade secrets, copyright and anti-unfair competition laws. It quotes the discussion of "A Brief History of Today" and believes that data rights have become one of the most important property interests. He combined his own research to put forward a lot of constructive ideas, including the disputes between rights law and behavior law, market failures and differences in business ethics, which caused heated discussion among the participants.
Vice President Cui Guobin speaks
Zhang Wen, Dean of the Beijing Internet Court, shared the judicial response to the protection of personal information in the era of big data. She analyzed several issues that should be noted in the data rules and attitudes toward judicial protection. She pointed out that China's Internet courts in the judicial protection system should pay attention to several points in the trial process of Internet courts: including the in-depth use of new Internet technologies to reduce the cost of defending cases, and leading the construction of judicial blockchains to effectively solve the problem of evidence protection. Innovative development of the Internet version of the "Maple Bridge Experience" to promote the online diversification of cases and explore the Internet trial rules to strengthen the leading role of the judicial guarantee.
Dean Zhang Wen speaks
Zhang Lingling, a judge of the Beijing Higher People's Court, discussed the competition rules for the use of big data from a competitive perspective. From the perspective of protection of big data property rights, Judge Zhang Lingling introduced her typical case of China and the United States and put forward her own thinking on the rules of big data competition from the perspective of competition law. She also introduced the spirit of the application of anti-unfair competition law, and A practical approach to the judgment of the legitimate use of big data, and recommendations for the regulation of big data using the unfair competition law.
Judge Zhang Lingling speaks
The last shareholder in the first half was Mu Ying, a partner of Beijing Global Law Firm. She introduced the use and protection of platform big data rights from a platform perspective. She pointed out that in the "AI" era, big data will become an important production. data. Based on the characteristics of the data itself, such as copyability and reusability, it is objectively related to intellectual property. For the purposes of intellectual property law, it should be a legal relationship arising from exclusive rights with property values. It then introduced the copyright protection of big data and the protection of trade secrets and unfair competition, and proposed a vision for the protection of big data rights.
Ms. Mu Ying speaks
After a short break, the second half of the event officially began. Hosted by Gui Jia, a partner of Beijing Global Law Firm.
Gui Jia lawyer presided over the second half of the seminar
Professor Yi Jiming of Peking University Law School first introduced the legal nature and protection path of data information. Professor Yi said that from the perspective of civil legislation to protect personal information, there are three paths, namely, the protection path of personality interests, the protection path of intellectual property interests and the protection path of property interests, and then they put forward personal information through Zhu Xi v. Baidu. Thinking about the differences and connections between privacy and privacy. Finally, he said that personal information is not only for individuals, but also for national strategic resources.
Professor Yi Jiming speaks
Next, she spoke to the judge of the Shanghai Intellectual Property Court, Hu Wei. She explained the trial of data-related cases from the classic cases and related laws. This includes determining whether the plaintiff has a legitimate interest in the data, the defendant. The unique analysis of the profession is refreshing, and frequently raises questions and discussions from the participants.
Judge Hu Wei spoke
Liu Zhenyan, a judge of the Intellectual Property Trial Chamber of the Tianjin High Court, combined with his rich experience in trial, shared the issue of “reasonable boundary of data utilization from the perspective of unfair competition law”. She introduced the judges in the trial of relevant cases through specific cases. The practice of the time has raised several questions for everyone to think about, emphasizing the balance between data sharing and personal information protection in the open platform model.
Judge Liu Zhenyan speaks
Professor Wang Wei, director of the Center for Financial Security and Network Technology of the People's Public Security University of China, introduced the big data issue from another perspective. It elaborated on how to do data compliance and criminal risk control in the era of big data, from the inside of the enterprise. Both the control and the external competitors of the company introduce the criminal risks faced by enterprises in managing personal information. And proposed a solution to how to identify and control the criminal risk of data security.
Professor Wang Wei speaks
At the end of the seminar, Professor Zhang Ping made a closing ceremony summary. Professor Zhang Ping expressed his gratitude to Peking University Law School Friendship Association and distinguished guests, presenters and participants, and introduced the development of Peking University Intellectual Property College, especially the Peking University Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau Dawan District Intellectual Property Development Research Institute. The establishment of the company, and welcome everyone to participate in a series of activities of the Intellectual School. The ninth academic seminar of the Peking University Law School Alumni Association Intellectual Property Branch was successfully concluded.
Professor Zhang Ping's closing speech
Participants took a group photo
Translated by: Chen Wen
Edited by: Jiang Lu