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    National People’s Congress publishes draft “virtual property” law

    As reported by financial news portal Hexun, the National People’s Congress (NPC) of China has published a draft civil law code that, if implemented, would provide a legal definition for “virtual property.” Following the NPC’s release of the draft, various sources began speculating that China’s legal definition of “virtual property” could potentially extend to blockchain-based...
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    Cyberspace administration regulations crack down on search engine advertising

    As reported by China Daily, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has issued new regulations requiring online search engines to (i) limit the number of paid-for search results returned to users, and (ii) clearly label such search results as paid-for advertising in order to avoid misleading users. The new regulations also urge search engine providers...
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    Walmart (WMT) and (JD) reach e-commerce partnership agreement

    As reported by Yahoo Finance, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NASDAQ: WMT) and Chinese e-commerce website (NASDAQ: JD) have reached an e-commerce partnership agreement in order to better challenge China market-leader Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NASDAQ: BABA). On its face, the partnership agreement largely resembles a sale by Walmart of its e-commerce business to As...
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    China dismisses foreign concerns that draft rules would block all foreign websites

    As reported by the People’s Daily, China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has issued a statement dismissing recent concerns raised by foreign media outlets that a new draft rule would block access to foreign websites in China. The MIIT published its draft Internet Domain Name Management Rules (unofficial English translation) on March 25,...

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