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).
As online shopping is now a major lifestyle practice, online product reviews by consumers have become a major reference for their shopping decisions.
Use of publicly available images of actors for artistic appreciation does not constitute infringement of right to likeness
The Beijing Internet Court (BIC) recently concluded a network tort liability case where a company (the defendant) used published stills of an actor (the plaintiff) on its WeChat account for appreciation and commentary purposes.
How is compensation determined when both parties submit different market price evidence for use of similar types of images?
The Beijing Internet Court (BIC) recently held an open hearing on a case of infringement of the information network dissemination right.
In December 2020, the parents of Xiao Xue, a middle school student, found out to their surprise that she had deposited money to an online comic reading platform from May 25, 2019 to Dec 22, 2020 to a total of 1,466 yuan ($219).
As people are nowadays more active in cyberspace, chat groups have become a necessary means of communication and more and more disputes related to the authority of chat group administrators have arisen.
The Beijing Internet Court (BIC) recently trialed a case on plagiarizing the page design of a website.