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Mentuhui cult members sentenced in crackdown

2016-09-29

Prison terms have been handed down to several members of the Mentuhui group (Disciples Sect) for organizing a cult and causing deaths, according to the central leading group for the prevention and handling of cult-related activities on Tuesday.

New measures to implement 7-day return policy for online shopping

2016-09-28

Online shoppers in China will likely encounter fewer problems in returning goods, as a set of measures for the implementation of a return policy for online shopping has been put out for public feedback starting on Tuesday, according to a news release on the State Administration for Industry and Commerce's website. The measures allows consumers to return merchandise without providing a reason within seven days of receiving an item, provided the quality, functions, components and tags remain intact.

Four sentenced for Shanghai telecom fraud

2016-09-28

A Shanghai court sentenced four people to 10 to 14 years in prison on Monday for their involvement in a telecom fraud case.

Website broadcasting Chinese courts goes live

2016-09-27

A website specializing in broadcasting trials of Chinese courts has been set up went public on Tuesday, China's top court said.

Authorities crack down on info leaks

2016-09-27

Police have detained 90 computer hackers and arrested 3,300 suspects they say were involved in the trading of personal information since April, the Ministry of Public Security said on Monday.

Beijing unveils first bankruptcy tribunal

2016-09-26

Beijing's first bankruptcy tribunal was unveiled at Beijing No 1 Intermediate People’s Court on Monday.

Bidding on contracts denied to those who spurn rulings

2016-09-23

Bidders for business contracts who have defaulted on financial judgments against them will face future restrictions, under a court guideline issued on Thursday.

High-tech tools to fight fraudsters

2016-09-22

The deaths of two young people who were scammed by telecom fraudsters is providing greater urgency for computer experts meeting in Wuhan for Cybersecurity Week.