Ying-Hung Chou is a public prosecutor from Taiwan. He deals with cyber crimes, IP rights infringements, corruptions and other important cases. For the purpose of international cooperation to crack down crimes and law enforcement, he completed two essays on legal system: “Research report of the Vietnamese Criminal System”, and “Research report of the Administrative Enforcement System in the U.S.” Moreover, “Study on the Competition law of the Internet Industries” was finished at the University of Washington (Seattle WA. the U.S.).
He served as a prosecutor in the District and High Prosecutors Office for more than 15 years, dealing with crimes including fraud, drug trafficking, cybercrime, IP rights infringements, and corruption cases. He was appointed the Director of Ilan, Chiayi, Taichung and Tainan Branch, Administrative Enforcement Agency, Ministry of Justice. In 2013, he was appointed the Chief Secretary (Deputy Director) of the Academy for the Judiciary to design the intern Judges & Prosecutors’ training programs and to assist administration.
His research while at Berkman Klein contains literature-based research and empirical research methodology. The literature-based research includes gathering legislation on these topics, as well as studying the development of cloud forensics and evidence rules in the United States. The empirical research contains studying precedents, gaining knowledge and experience by attending relevant courses and institutions to learn more about evidence rules and computer forensics. From the above studies, he hopes to solve the problems he has encountered in Taiwan.