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Institute of Cyber Law

Shang Xixue

Date:2019-10-21   Click:

I. Basic Information

1. Assistant Professor, School of Criminal Justice, China University of Political Science and Law; Deputy Director of Cyber Law Institute; PhD in Law, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium; Visiting Scholar, Fordham University, USA.

2. Contact Emailxixue.shang@cupl.edu.cn


II. Teaching Courses

1. Undergraduate courses: Cyberspace Administration, EU Internet Law (English teaching);

2. Postgraduate courses: E-commerce Law


III. Research Field

Cyber law, Data rights, Data regulation, Legal protection of personal information, Legal regulation of digital economy industry.


IV. Academic Monograph

Shang, X. International Standards on Legal Protection of Prisoners’ Labor and Social Security Rights: UN, ILO and Council of Europe. The Hague: Eleven International Publishing, 2018. Concluded in Groene Gras series (https://www.bju.nl/juridisch/reeksen/het-groene-gras).


V. Articles

1. Shang, X. Systematic Investigation of the Current Development of Foreign Legislation concerning Digital Economy. Research on Cyber Law, (2018), Issue 1.

2. Shang, X. Analysis on the Law Application of Transfer System of Sentenced Person. Journal of Public Security Science, (2019) Vol. 2, Issue 1.

3. Shang, X. Analysis of Subject Qualification and Accomplice Case in False Lawsuit Crime. Journal of Henan Police College, (2018), Issue 5.

4. Shang, X. Comparative Study on Transfer of Sentenced Foreigners in the Field of International Criminal Justice Cooperation. Presentday Law Science, (2018), Issue 3.

5. Shang, X. The Enlightenment of the Operation of the Federal Prison Industry in the United States to the Prison Production in China. The Rule of Law Forum, (2016), Issue 4.


VI. Co-authored Publications

1. Zhigang YU (Ed.). Cyber Law Science (textbook), Beijing: China University of Political Science and Law Press, 2019.

2. Zhigang YU (Ed.). Translation Work Series of Foreign Cyber Regulation, Beijing: China Legal Publishing House, 2015.


VII. Involved Research Projects

1. Participated in the key research project commissioned by China Law Society in 2018: "Responsibilities and Missions of Young People in Building a Socialist Society under the Rule of Law in the New Era", project number: CLs(2018)ZDWT11.

2. Participated in the research project commissioned by the Cyberspace Administration of China in 2018: "Exploration Study on the Feasibility of Legislation of Digital Economy", responsible for completing the part of "legislation status of digital economy at home and abroad".

3. Participated in the key project of philosophy and social science commissioned by China Ministry of Education in 2012: "Study on the Overall Establishment of the Cyber Legal System in the Information Age", responsible for the completion of "Directive 2002/58/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 July 2002 concerning the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector", project number: 12JZD039.

4. Participated in the research project on national rule of law and legal theory commissioned by China Ministry of Justice in 2012: "Research on New Type of Transnational Crimes in the Global Information Environment", project number: 12SFB2025.

5. Participated in the key project of law research commissioned by China Law Society in 2011: "Systematic Study of Cyber-crime Legislation", project number: CLs(2011)B25.


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