Artificial Intelligence and Global Trade Governance: A Pluralist Agenda

Artificial Intelligence and Global Trade Governance: A Pluralist Agenda This article is the first of its kind to map out imminent challenges facing the World Trade Organization (WTO) against the emergence of artificial intelligence. It does so by examining critically AI’s normative implications for four issue areas—robot lawyers, automated driving systems, computer-generated works, and automated …

Digital trade and digital sovereignty: Navigating best practice for cross border data transfers

Digital trade and digital sovereignty: Navigating best practice for cross border data transfers This talk aims to explore the challenges of privacy and security protection when Australian companies outsource personal and commercial data from Australia to technology service providers in India, China and other countries. The traditional jurisdiction rule is based upon geographical domains that …

China-Australia FTA after COVID-19: Tariff to Technology

China-Australia FTA after COVID-19: Tariff to Technology This event focuses on legal issues regarding both the classical and the new model when exporting Australian products to China. Classical trade liberalisation is driven by manufacturers and governments. This is because the existing global value chain is largely based on the comparative advantage of production, and WTO …

Privacy, Technology and Crisis Response: Case Studies from Australia, Singapore, Mainland China and Hong Kong

Privacy, Technology and Crisis Response: Case Studies from Australia, Singapore, Mainland China and Hong Kong This event seeks to compare legal perspectives on the experience of technology, privacy, and COVID-19 crisis response in Australia, Singapore, Mainland China and Hong Kong, which are not typically considered together. By comparatively exploring the legal frameworks for the COVIDsafe …

Fintech, Consumer Right, and Cross-Border Regulations in China and Australia

Fintech, Consumer Right, and Cross-Border Regulations in China and Australia   The rapid growth of the Fintech industry, commonly referred as ‘Internet finance’, poses great challenges to financial regulatory authorities in China and Australia. The Chinese government has shifted from a wait-and-see strategy to a whack-a-mole game, imposed strict Internet finance regulation, and enhanced consumer …