A hacker connected with the high-profile case of a college-bound student who died after having her tuition stolen was sentenced on Thursday to six years in prison for illegally obtaining private information.
Hei Yongjun, a resident of Xi'an, Shaanxi province, has been assigned a new role by a district court in the city: to mediate domestic disputes in his community and try to settle them outside the courtroom.
A political documentary has inspired with details of the advance in the rule of law, while positive energy is gathering among Chinese ahead of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) scheduled for later this year.
Experts call for regulation of peer-to-peer lending to eliminate unscrupulous operators, as Cao Yin and Zhao Xinying report.
A court in Beijing has opened a WeChat account to allow litigants to chat with judges, get status updates on their cases and report rulebreakers.
China has set up its first court specializing in handling of internet-related disputes in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, where many technology enterprises are located, amid rapid growth of online purchases and financial activities in the country.
Zhang Jun, minister of justice and Xiong Xuanguo, vice-minister of justice sought the advice of legal experts on judicial administration in the Ministry of Justice on August 11.
China’s Supreme People’s Court and Supreme People’s Procuratorate released an interpretation on counterfeiting or falsifying materials for medical equipment or experiments registration application on August 14.