May 3rd Agenda and Presentations

Friday, May 3rd, 2013

Paul Brest Hall, Stanford Law School

1:00 – 1:40 pm   Registration
1:40 – 2:00 pm    Introduction

Speaker: Elizabeth Magill
Dean, Stanford Law School

Speaker: ZHANG Shouwen
Dean, Peking University Law School

Speaker: Brent Irvin
Vice President and General Counsel, Tencent Holdings Limited


Moderator: Elizabeth Magill
Dean, Stanford Law School

Moderator: ZHANG Shouwen
Dean, Peking University Law School

Keynote Speaker: Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo
U.S. Representative for California’s 18th Congressional Disctrict

2:00 – 2:15 pm  Tea Break (Group Photo)

2:15 – 3:55 pm  Panel I: Internet Antitrust Policy:

The Internet raises unique issues in the area of antitrust law, from network effects to the use of patents. Why is this the case? How can these issues be addressed? How do U.S. and Chinese approaches to these issues differ?

Moderator: Mark Lemley
Professor of Law, Stanford Law School

Moderator: HUANG Yong
Director and Professor, Faculty of Economic Law, University of International Business and Economics

Topic: Antitrust Issues in Standards for the Internet {English} {Chinese}

Speaker: Yannick Carapito
Senior Attorney, Antitrust Team, Legal and Corporate Affairs Group, Microsoft

Topic: Anti-Monopoly Civil Litigation in the Field of Internet in China {English} {Chinese}

Speaker: KONG Xiangjun
Chief Judge, Intellectual Property Division, Supreme People’s Court, People’s Republic of China

Topic: An Antitrust Review That Goes Beyond Antitrust: Practical Observations of Recent Technology M&A Deals

Speaker: Yabo Lin
Partner, Sidley Austin LL.P.

Topic: When You May UnFriend: Analyzing the Obligations an Online Platform Owes to its Developer Community

Speaker: Munesh Mahtani
Competition Counsel, Google Inc.

Topic: Prosperity Stems from Competition: Definition of Relevant Market in Internet Industry – Practices in China’s Internet Industry and Their Implications {English} {Chinese}

Speaker: SHI Jianzhong
Director and Professor, Competition Law Research Center, China University of Political Science and Law

Topic: Competition Policy and Internet{English} {Chinese}

Speaker: ZHAO Yiqin
Deputy Division Director, Antimonopoly Division, Antimonopoly and Anti-Unfair Competition Enforcement Bureau, State Administration for Industry and Commerce, People’s Republic of China

Q & A

3:55 – 4:15 Tea Break

4:15 – 5:45 pm  Panel II Privacy

Privacy has become a hot button issue in the United States and the European Union, and is increasingly important in China. Companies rely on user data to optimize products and advertising programs. But users are worried about abuse of their privacy. How can these issues be addressed?

Moderator: Aleecia McDonald
Fellow, Stanford Center for Internet and Society, Stanford Law School

Moderator: CHEN Fuli
Counselor and Intellectual Property Rights Attachè, Chinese Embassy to the United States

Topics: How Users Can Fight Back Against Online Tracking {Presentation}

Speaker: Dan Auerbach
Staff Technologist, Electronic Frontier Foundation

Topic: Principles of U.S. Government Surveillance and Privacy Laws

Speaker: Jennifer Granick
Director of Civil Liberties, Stanford Center for Internet and Society, Stanford Law School

Topic: China’s Personal Electronic Information Protection System

Speaker: LI Changxi
Director and Researcher, Regulations Division, Policies & Regulations Department, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, People’s Republic of China

Topics: The Role and Responsibility of ISP in the Context of Online Expression-Privacy Tension

Speaker: WANG Xixin
Vice Dean and Professor Law, Peking University Law School

Topics: The Formulation of the National People’s Congress’s Decision on Strengthening the Protection of Network Information and Its Implications {English} {Chinese}

Speaker: ZHOU Hanhua
Professor & Researcher, Institute of Law, China Academy of Social Sciences

Q & A

5:45 pm Adjourn