Ruling on e-commerce unveiled by Supreme People’s Court
A draft judicial interpretation on handling disputes involving internet-related consumption was unveiled by the Supreme People’s Court, China’s top court, on Monday for public comment.
The draft focuses on several hot issues in cyberspace, including live-streaming selling, the most typical feature of the livestreaming economy, as well as ordering food online and false promotions.
The top court has disclosed the document on its official website, People’s Court Daily and WeChat account of its No 1 Civil Division, welcoming opinions from all sectors of society.
It also opened its workplace e-mail addresses, adding opinion collection will end on Jan 7.
News from: Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China.