ten years ago, there are National People’s Congress proposed "e-commerce legislation urgent". However, ten years later, the introduction of relevant laws still no clear timetable. Ten years, the rapid development of e-commerce in the country, only one of the online retail industry boss Taobao, 2009 turnover exceeded $200 billion. The rapid development of e-commerce, so that the field of law has been unable to avoid the problem. During the two sessions this year, many delegates and members of the Committee suggested that as soon as possible to develop a workable e-commerce law to guide and standardize e-commerce activities.

number one motion was forgotten

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public data show that: in March 5, 2000, in the three session of the nine national people’s Congress, the delegation of Shanghai on behalf of Zhang Zhongli’s "called for the development of electronic commerce law" bill, become the meeting the first bill. The bill pointed out that the tide of globalization is rapidly advancing information technology, e-commerce as a faster and more accurate form of transactions, but also in full swing in china. At present, it is urgent to create a suitable legal environment for the development of e-commerce, and to establish a safe and convenient electronic payment system.

but so far, in the national legislation, related to electronic commerce law, the National People’s Congress adopted the implementation of only one in April 1, 2005 of the "electronic signature law" in People’s Republic of China. Industry experts pointed out that because China has not developed specifically for e-commerce "Electronic Commerce Act", the electronic commerce industry and standardized management, mainly rely on the State Council ministries and administrative regulations, local laws and regulations etc.. City in the country, only Guangzhou, Shanghai and other places to put the legislation of supervision on electronic commerce, Shanghai began to implement the "Shanghai rules" to promote the development of electronic commerce from March 1, 2009 onwards, a clear legal status of the enterprise electronic commerce, and the rights and obligations made clear and accountable. However, due to the majority of online transactions across the region, the local administrative regulations on cross regional consumer infringement, binding is very limited.

in this regard, some experts said that the existing laws and regulations in the electronic commerce department regulations and local regulations for the majority, legal regulations less, fewer, effectiveness of these departments and local rules and regulations is relatively low, the direct cause of the insufficient use of the range and strength.

consumer rights of the hardest hit

e-commerce experts pointed out that in recent years, with the popularity of the network, e-commerce has gradually penetrated into all levels of the economy and society, the network of production and consumption gradually formed. According to the Chinese Ministry of commerce website data, in 2009 China’s e-commerce market size has more than 3 trillion and 500 billion yuan, an increase of more than the previous year by 48.5%.

the rapid development of e-commerce in China, but also to the field of e-commerce consumer infringement and consumer protection has become an accident prone areas". In recent years, the annual 3· 15 consumer protection activities >