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International Journal of Big Data Intelligent Technology, 2022, 3(1); doi: 10.38007/IJBDIT.2022.030101.

Changes and Challenges of National Rule of Law in the Era of Big Data

Author(s)

Renlong Wan

Corresponding Author:
Renlong Wan
Affiliation(s)

Nanchang Institute of Science and Technology, Jiangxi 330108, China

Abstract

The era of Big data has come quietly, Big data is constantly affecting all aspects of social life. At the same time, on the one hand, with the rapid development of social economy, the complexity of social relations and contradictions, the rapid increase in the number of cases and the overweight of judicial personnel; on the other hand, with the deepening of the construction of a country ruled by law, the legal quality of the general public has been greatly improved, and they have more expectations for Big datarness and justice. In this paper, through the elaboration of the relevant concepts, and the question Big datare survey on the application of Big data in the rule of law, the application support rate is 60%, 21% of the people are worried about the application of Big data.

Keywords

Big Data, Fairness and Justice, Innovation of the Rule of Law, Reform of the Rule of Law

Cite This Paper

Renlong Wan. Changes and Challenges of National Rule of Law in the Era of Big Data. International Journal of Big Data Intelligent Technology (2022), Vol. 3, Issue 1: 1-8.

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