Rule of Law-Internet Court: New Rules for a New Era

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    China 24 presents to you the Rule of Law series, introducing China’s latest efforts in legal reform. In the first episode, we take a look at China’s “Internet Courts.” The term may be new, but it is one of China’s bold attempts to improve the efficiency of the judicial process, and provide legal support for digital transformation. Thousands of legal cases are now being handled online. CGTN visited the Beijing Internet Court, where judges explained the significance of setting new rules in a new era.

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