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Eugene Clark
Dr Eugene Clark is Emeritus Professor, University of Canberra and Chairman of the National Academy of Professional Studies. With a career in higher education in the US, Australia and China, Clark is a former University Pro-Vice Chancellor, Law School Dean. He has also been a CEO, legal practitioner and educational consultant. Clark is the co-author of, Internet and E-commerce Law, Business and Policy (Thomson 2011) as well as many other books and articles on e-commerce, commercial law and legal education. For a number of years he wrote a weekly column on Technology and Law for the Canberra Times. The views expressed in these opinions are solely those of the columnist/author and not those of China.org.cn or his employer.
January 18, 2020
Technology trends bringing changes to the legal system
While it is true that the law often lags behind technology, even an institution as conservative as this is facing significant changes and digital disruption.
October 18, 2019
Mega-trends of the future digital landscape
The growth of smart machines and transformations in work and education continue to be top digital trends impacting our future social landscape.
September 7, 2019
China seeks to make the internet a positive force in children's lives
China is drafting a new law to protect its children from harmful influences created by the internet, but this can only be part of a much wider effort to promote a healthy childhood.
August 10, 2019
China's university system: significant achievements, bright future
It was Winston Churchill who said that the "empires of the future are the empires of the mind," and never has this been truer than in modern China.
June 2, 2019
Advice to university graduates in landing their first job
This is the time of year when millions of university students across the world will be graduating and looking for employment. I have team up with an international recruiting specialist to offer some job tips for graduates.
May 4, 2019
E-leadership for an Information Age
E-leadership is necessary for today's virtual business environment.
March 6, 2019
China must prepare for the 'intelligent' future
China has an imperative to build legislative, educational and ethical frameworks around the rapidly expanding AI industry.
February 7, 2019
Lessons for business in the Year of the Pig
The start of a new year, in this case the Chinese Spring Festival heralding the onset of the Year of the Pig gives us an opportunity to look ahead and express our wishes in every aspect of life.
January 9, 2019
​China's new e-commerce law: A step in the right direction
​China's new and wide-reaching e-commerce law has come into effect. What does it mean for market platforms and consumers?
January 6, 2019
More connected, yet more alone
Despite the rapid expansion of the internet, half the world's people face the growing issue of social isolation. Governments, employers, and individuals must pay attention to how we use technology and work together to strengthen our human connections.
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