Beijing Internet Court shares its internet judiciary experience at internet rule of law forum
Jiang Ying, vice-president of the Beijing Internet Court, was invited to the opening forum of the sixth China's internet rule of law conference held on Nov 19.
At a roundtable conversation of the forum, Jiang focused on its theme of digital transformation and judicial guarantees and shared the court’s thoughts on internet courts and internet judiciary with officials from the Supreme People's Court and the Hangzhou Internet Court.
She described the Beijing Internet Court’s whole-process e-litigation platform, new mindset and rules for adjudicating new internet-related cases and litigation source governance mechanisms. She also showed the attendees the court's innovative efforts on improving justice through science and technology.
The digital economy, digital industry and digital society have brought a series of new issues to internet justice, such as information security, creation identification and black industry related to internet traffic, while new technology, new industry forms and new business models have brought the internet justice such challenges as the identification of its role, technology comprehension and rule formulation, said Jiang.
The court will continue to explore emerging sciences and technologies to promote justice progress and realize whole-process smart judicial services, said Jiang.
It will also continue to share judgment rules and enhance its exchanges and cooperation with government bodies and related industry platforms to co-build a highly-efficient, coordinated and comprehensive governance system to ensure the cyberspace is clean and the development of internet-related industry is healthy and orderly.