Ma Yun said, not that development will bring risks, there is no risk in regulation. Sometimes inappropriate and backward regulation is a huge risk in itself. In order to grasp the data age, local governments are setting up data bureaus. The development of the data industry depends not on the work of the data bureau, but on the work of every department.
"Our biggest concern is that the data Bureau will also become a regulatory authority in the future. The data bureau should be the development bureau. He said.
Ma Yun said,It is hoped that "too many documents and too few policies" will be strictly prevented. "There are differences between documents and policies. Documents are forbidden to do, strictly forbidden to do, unable to do so, unable to do so; and policies need to be linked up from top to bottom. Documents often prohibit, prohibit and require that. Policies should stimulate people's enthusiasm, stimulate people's efforts and encourage the development of new things."
In June this year, the United Nations released the World Digital Economy Report, which was investigated by the United Nations High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation at its headquarters in New York. The report points out that digital technology should make human development more inclusive, sustainable and green. Global opportunities outweigh risks in the digital age. Worries about the digital economy will curb global innovation, and wise governance will stimulate new opportunities.