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China Establishes ‘Cyber-court’ for Online Cases

China has established a digital “cyber-court” for online cases.

The Hangzhou Internet Court opened for business on 18th August with its first case – a copyright infringement dispute between an online writer and an Internet company.

Legal representatives accessed the court via their computers, while defendants and plaintiffs attended via video-chat. According to media reports, the court’s focus will be on civil cases with a particular emphasis on online shopping disputes.

Source: Business Strategies Group Hong Kong  –  www.bsgasia.com

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