Panel 3 The Social Credit System and Global Governance

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Zhiwei Tong (Professor, East China University of Political Science and Law; Director, China University of Political Science and Law Research Center for Rule of Law) used his considerable skills to moderate the third Panel—“The Social Credit System and Global Governance.” The panelists include: Manuel Delmestro, Professor of Comparative and EU Law at Furen University, Taiwan (presenting “Protecting Personal Information in the EU: a Preliminary Overview (English));” Xiaoye Bao, Lecturer, Shanghai Normal University Business School (presenting “Study on the Legal Matters of the Application of Governmental Big Data (Chinese));” and Ping Sun, Associate Research Fellow, East China University of Political Science and Law Research Center for Rule of Law (presenting “The Informational Person and Social Credits: The Dilemma of Legislation on Data Protection and its Solutions for China (Chinese)).” Additional remarks were presented by Vilna Zhang (Senior in house Counsel, Tencent Credit Bureau Co., Ltd.) and insightful commentary was provided by Na Peng, Manager of Credit Regulatory Affairs, Experian Business Information Consulting (Beijing) Co., Ltd).