On the morning of July 5, Shanghai Changning District People's Court (hereinafter referred to as Shanghai Changning Court) issued a public verdict on liu xx's lawsuit against Shanghai Dream Information Technology Co., LTD for online tort liability, according to the official wechat account of "Shanghai Changning Court". The court found that the defendant infringed on the right to know, and ordered the defendant to compensate the plaintiff 400 yuan within 10 days from the effective date of the judgment. To reject the remaining claims of the plaintiff.
The court held that it is the common responsibility of the whole society to regulate the development of Internet platform economy and build a clean online trading environment. E-commerce operators should disclose activity information in a comprehensive, true, accurate and timely manner to ensure consumers' right to know. If the information disclosure does not meet legal requirements or there is ambiguity, it constitutes infringement on consumers' right to know and shall bear corresponding tort liability.
Shanghai changning court case facts, evidence, according to the law of the People's Republic of China civil code the electronic commerce of the People's Republic of China law "consumer rights and interests of the People's Republic of China protects a law" the Supreme People's Court on the applicable < law of the People's Republic of China civil code > general make up "the explanation of some issues and other relevant laws and regulations, make the decision.