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Wu Qing, Member of the Standing Committee of the Shanghai Municipal Party Committee and Executive Deputy Mayor: “Shanghai Data Regulations” will regulate behaviors such as “abuse of big data”_Oriental Fortune Network

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Wu Qing, Member of the Standing Committee of the Shanghai Municipal Party Committee and Executive Deputy Mayor, said at a press conference of the Shanghai Municipal Government on January 12 that Shanghai’s formulation of the “Shanghai Data Regulations” is to lay a solid institutional foundation for the digital transformation of Shanghai’s cities and provide a strong foundation. Legal protection. On the one hand, it will press the “accelerator button” to fully stimulate the vitality of data elements in Shanghai. On the other hand, it will fasten the “seat belt” for Shanghai’s comprehensive promotion of the city’s digital transformation.

Wu Qing said that in recent years, the state has successively issued a series of policies and regulations, built a relatively complete legal and regulatory framework system in the field of network and data security, and provided basic compliance for data management practices at the local level. The “Regulations” are not only the specific implementation of the spirit of the higher law and national policies, but also the refinement and consolidation of Shanghai’s reform and innovation experience and measures, and the detection and filling of newly discovered bottlenecks and blind spots in the process of digital transformation. It mainly embodies three principles: First, the rights and responsibilities are clear. The second is standardized use. The third is fairness and inclusiveness.

“The “Regulations” focus on the vital interests of the citizens, and clearly regulate some negative externalities in the digital transformation, such as excessive collection of personal information, excessive application of biometric identification technology, abuse of big data, etc. I believe relevant measures After the implementation, it will effectively guarantee the rational use and development of data resources.” Wu Qing said.

Regarding the “accelerator key”, Wu Qing said that the overall positioning of the “Regulations” is a promotion law, which will promote the vigorous development of the digital economy, accelerate the cultivation of the data element market, and enable the digital transformation of the three major fields of economy, life and governance.

Wu Qing said that during the implementation of the Regulations, it will focus on protecting the property rights and interests of market entities formed in data processing activities, and encourage relevant data innovation activities. At the same time, support the planning and construction of key information infrastructure in key regions, integrate digital transformation into industrial functional layout, promote the development of digital industries such as intelligent manufacturing, online new economy, big data, and artificial intelligence, and accelerate the formation of industrial digitalization and digital industrialization. “The digital economy development pattern.

(Article source: ShanghaisecuritiesNewspaper Chinasecuritiesnetwork)


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Original title: Wu Qing, Member of the Standing Committee of the Shanghai Municipal Party Committee and Executive Deputy Mayor: “Shanghai Data Regulations” will regulate behaviors such as “abuse of big data”

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