Legal Issues of Consumer Protection in Group-Buying Online



With the development and wide application of the network, group-buying online recently develops very rapidly in China. Consumers enjoy the benefits of group-buying online. But at the same time, their own legal rights and interests have been violated because of the defects of legal norm system, supervision system and penalty mechanism. It is necessary to solve the insufficient from the aspect of law to regulate the trade order of group-buying online and protect consumers’ legal rights and interests.


Group-buying online; Consumer

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