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China Legal Trends provides up-to-the-minute comments on China's laws, regulations, policies and cases, as well as in-depth analyses on major events relating to Chinese law and insights on public documents.

As a column of China Justice Observer, China Legal Trends is updated daily.

Mon, 04 Sep 2023 China Legal Trends CJO Staff Contributors Team

In June 2023, China’s Supreme People’s Court, Supreme People’s Procuratorate, and Ministry of Public Security jointly issued the proposed “Guidelines on Fighting Cyberbullying Crimes and Violations (Draft for Public Comment)”. The Draft provides that such an act may be recognized as an insult or defamation under the Criminal Law, or as an infringement of personality rights under the Civil Code.