percent encountered illegal or bad information, the report said. And 69.1 percent
know how to protect their rights and interests through the internet and report infringements.
According to the report, 91.9 percent learn relative legal knowledge through offline means, and 72.3 percent learn legal knowledge through the internet.
The report suggests that the regulations on protecting minor netizens should be legislated as soon
as possible. Authorities should enhance content supervision and industry management, regulating ente
rprises to shoulder social responsibly, promote education on the internet among minors and crack down on infringement.
Chinese e-commerce giant JD is starting to cultivate key opinion leaders (KOLs) to build u
p its strength in the field of e-commerce, according to a report by technology media 36kr.
At its JD Shopping Circle, a mini program for WeChat providing a platform for users to post reviews on products and share experiences, JD la
unched a “Super Partner Program”, aiming to incubate online celebrities in the e-commerce sector to take a share of the fan economy.