A launch ceremony for the copyright-Tianping blockchain synergistic governance platform and the demonstrative project of a credible digital copyright ecology was held on Sept 9.
With the use of internet and information technology, Chinese courts continued to operate throughout the COVID-19 epidemic, and over 400,000 trials were conducted online.
The Beijing Internet Court received an appreciation letter from the Ministry of Commerce(MOC) for the court's support at a special sharing meeting on e-commerce cases with the Policy Support Unit (PSU) of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).
Zhang Wen, president of the Beijing Internet Court, and He Fan, director of the judicial reform office of China's Supreme People's Court, were invited to give an online consultancy on China's internet-related judicial practices to the Policy Support Unit (PSU) of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) on Aug 12.
Beijing Internet Court promotes one-stop diversified dispute resolution and litigation source governance
The Beijing Internet Court prioritizes non-litigation dispute resolution mechanism and actively integrates it into overall social governance.
The Beijing Internet Court and the Capital Copyright Industry Alliance (CCIA) co-built an online mechanism which connects litigation and non-litigation dispute resolution platforms to deal with internet-related copyright disputes. The mechanism started a trial run on July 1.
Beijing Internet Court's improved judicial supervision system regarded as example of judicial reform
The Beijing Internet Court has built a three-dimensional trial supervision system to improve quality management of online litigation.
The Beijing Internet Court held a press conference on building a governance system to deal with the sources of e-copyright litigation on July 7.