A Chinese Internet Court has started using blockchain to protect the intellectual property of online writers.
An Internet Court in Hangzhou, Eastern China, has turned to blockchain to fight piracy at the expense of online writers, English-language media outlet China.org.cn reports Dec. 8.China has reportedly “set up three Internet courts in Hangzhou, Beijing and Guangzhou.” Internet Courts are courts expressly intended to manage internet-related cases and allow plaintiffs to file their complaints online.The official website of Hangzhou Internet Court reads that it “behave[s] as an ‘incubator’ for

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