Communication & Education Review Vol.3 No.1

Data risk and its response Under the Long-arm Criminal Jurisdiction Threshold

Linyi Xu
School of Law, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China

DOI: https://doi.org/10.37420/j.cer.2022.002

Abstract: The expansion of long-arm criminal jurisdiction in the data field has brought data risks to other countries. In the context of cross-border data transfer, China is also faced with new risks such as the inherent lack of data protection of criminal law and the weakening of data regulatory ability. In this regard, China should create legal benefits in legislation, appropriately expand the effect outside the criminal law, refine its provisions on data sovereignty, improve the criminal policy of protecting data sovereignty, and draw on international experience to timely resolve data risks under the long-arm criminal jurisdiction of the United States.

Author: Samuel Hall

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