Warskull wrote on Aug 14, 2019, 15:00:
They don't give a shit, they are incorporated in Hong Kong. China isn't going to do anything.
Good advice for companies that aren't immune to legal action.
Hong Kong has autonomy in China. That means any company incorporated there would fall under HK's legal jurisdiction, not China's. Since HK is a member of the British Hague Convention (being a former British colony), they typically follow the legal procedures of western law and courtroom proceedings. There is a process for bringing a lawsuit against a company in HK
. English, for example, instead of Chinese, is adequate, so that eliminates the timely and costly need to translates documents. The rulings against an incorporated Hong Kong company is about the same as you would expect in the UK and by extension the US. Hence the need to not discuss legal matters online and especially when rank-amateur words like "slander" and "straight up" are tossed around.
Edit: For clarificationThis comment was edited on Aug 14, 2019, 16:03.
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