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BIC president highlights progress in internet judiciary in past decade

english.bjinternetcourt.gov.cn | Updated: 2022-10-21

     

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Zhang Wen, president of the Beijing Internet Court (BIC), accepts an interview with the China Global Television Network on Oct 19, 2022, discussing China's technological breakthroughs and major achievements in judicial reform in the past decade. [Photo/Beijing Internet Court]

Zhang Wen, president of the Beijing Internet Court (BIC), accepted an interview with the China Global Television Network on Oct 19, during which she discussed China's technological breakthroughs and major achievements in judicial reform in the past decade, and highlighted the BIC's achievements in the full-process online litigation model and smart court construction.

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Zhang Wen, president of the Beijing Internet Court (BIC), accepts an interview with the China Global Television Network on Oct 19, 2022, discussing China's technological breakthroughs and major achievements in judicial reform in the past decade. [Photo/Beijing Internet Court] 

Zhang said the establishment of internet courts was an active response to judicial challenges in the new era, and an important measure to advance the country's governance modernization. Since its establishment four years ago, the BIC has striven to play its functional role in areas including rule establishment, system improvement and cyberspace governance, in a bid to contribute a strong judicial guarantee to building China into a strong cyberpower, she said.