Study on the Legalization of Minor Internet Security


As a virtual place with the feature of double-edged sword, the adverse effects the Internet has on the minors can be seen not only from the information it carries but also from a series of Internet products developed based on the virtual Internet environment. Since these adverse effects have imperceptibly endangered the minors who are in their critical growth period from all aspects, we must learn from the foreign advanced legislative experience and take measures including the definition of legislative regulation, improvement of guardianship system, establishment of regulatory authorities and so on to protect the legitimate rights and interests of the minors.

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Ji, P. (2015) Study on the Legalization of Minor Internet Security. Beijing Law Review, 6, 49-54. doi: 10.4236/blr.2015.61007.

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