An Analysis of Chinese Laws Against Computer Crimes

An Analysis of Chinese Laws Against Computer Crimes

Hakman A. Wan (Lingnan College, Hong Kong) and Ming-Te Lu (Lingnan College, Hong Kong)
Copyright: © 1997 |Pages: 6
DOI: 10.4018/jgim.1997040102
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Abstract

An overview of the computer crime and related legislation in the People’s Republic of China is given. Relevant laws and their interpretation by Chinese legal scholars with respect to negligence, trade secrets, copyright and piracy, data protection and privacy are presented. The unique aspects of the Chinese legal system are accentuated. Due to the differences in the cultural, political, and legal environments, the PRC courts may treat some computer crimes more severely and may hand out penalties accordingly.

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