Research on the Situation and Problems of Government Internet Management under the Ruling of Law
Yang Yang*, Yijie Tang
Southwest University, Chongqing, China.
DOI: 10.4236/cus.2015.34032   PDF   HTML   XML   3,138 Downloads   3,770 Views  


Owing to the development of Internet, there are some new features for the current situation of contemporary government management, such as, the immediacy and rapidity of government collecting information, as well as the corresponding breadth and effectiveness of government announcing information. How does the government strengthen their control force for information throughout refining itself to manage more effectively in the age of Interne? The countermeasures can be found only by analyzing the problem, so this paper mainly analyzes its situation and problems. Through analyzing government’s situations and problems, it shows that the concept of rule of law is imperfect, the legislation is not scientific and not projected, there are loopholes in enforcing the law, there is non-supervision during the process of enforcing the law and the supervision should be strengthened in justice.

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Yang, Y., & Tang, Y. J. (2015) Research on the Situation and Problems of Government Internet Management under the Ruling of Law. Current Urban Studies, 3, 409-412. doi: 10.4236/cus.2015.34032.

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