APP’s forcibly collecting user’s profile information for personalized push notifications constitutes infringement
In the digital era, the utilization, flow and protection of data as a production factor, has become important in building the cyberspace governance order.
Online game leveling up service operator responsible for trainer’s malicious destruction of game accounts
With the fast development of the online gaming industry, more and more game enthusiasts are using game leveling up services to upgrade their game accounts.
Could ‘reposting’ infringe on others' right of reputation?
The cyberspace is not a lawless land. Discretion is always needed in words and action. When forwarding posts, one should be prudent and bear the corresponding duty of care in mind to avoid forwarding false content and damaging others' legitimate rights and interests.
Cases illustrating behavior boundaries in cyberspace
The Plaintiff surnamed Wang bought a coat from an online trading platform for second-hand items.
Do non-brand-new commodities enjoy 7-day return & exchange policy?
The Beijing Internet Court (BIC) recently concluded an online shopping contract dispute case which involved the return of a non-brand-new commodity after testing.
What are consumer’s rights when an online purchase is not delivered?
The plaintiff surnamed Li bought a set of furniture from an online shop for about 1,800 yuan ($265) one morning in 2020.
App developer liable for failure to provide clear disclosure of business operators
Plaintiff surnamed Liu said he successfully pre-ordered and paid for a purchase from a self-operated shop at an online shopping platform, and received a confirmation email from the platform.
Rights and interests of historical members of crowdfunding platforms shouldn’t be affected by change of standards
The plaintiff surnamed Yan joined a program for severe illnesses on a mutual-funding platform in 2016 with a maximum medical coverage of 300,000 yuan ($44,940).