Diverging views among Chinese local courts are expressed on the question of whether the disclosure of Chinese judgments infringes the privacy of the parties.
China Judgments Online
Yes, answers a local court in Beijing in Liang v. Huifa Zhengxin Technology Co., Ltd. (2021), determining that publication and reproduction of the judgment containing the litigants’ names and facts are not considered a violation of privacy.
“China Judgments Online” went online, and the judgment documents made by all the Chinese courts should be published on this website. As of the end of February 2018, the judgments published on the website had reached 42.783 million copies.