Internet courts in China
China's Supreme Court's Several Provisions on Providing Online Case-filing Services for Foreign Litigants (2021) provides an Internet platform for foreign parties to file cases with Chinese courts, and streamlines the case-filing procedures.
While applying blockchain to ensure the authenticity of electronic data, Hangzhou Internet Court has been upgrading its evidence rules in reviewing such e-evidence.
Here's a step-by-step guide to accessing China's virtual court proceedings through the app ‘China Mobile Micro Court’.
Litigants living abroad are now able to access China's virtual court proceedings, according to China's Supreme Court's new policy.
The judges of Beijing Internet Court have summarized the interesting oddities they encountered in online trials and shared the stories through comics.
In July 2020, Hangzhou Internet Court established a cross-border trade tribunal, specializing in hearing cross-border e-commerce cases.
Chinese judges, litigants, and lawyers have to participate in the case trial through online video at their homes, due to quarantine measures to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Dr. Meng Yu, founder of China Justice Observer, did a live video interview with CGTN during which she expressed her views on China's Internet courts.
Why Internet courts in China built their own blockchain platforms to serve the use of electronic evidence in litigation？