I have no issues with Chinese courts selling seized assets online. At the end of the day the assets are seized, and no longer belong to the original owner. Rather then selling them in land based auctions, where only a few can view and buy, putting them online makes them avaliable to all. Also, selling seized goods online shows what lifestyles criminals lead.
Yes, I believe that it is wrong for Chinese courts to sell seized assets online. If an objet is seized it should not be put back out in the public. It should be thrown in the garbage so no issues arrise, and so no one makes profit over something so stupid.
If the Chinese courts are going to seize assets the fairest and most democratic way to sell them, and raise the highest amount of money possible, is surely online. China has almost as many Internet users as the rest of the world combined as opposed to the elite few who might attend an in-person auction. Not to mention the reduced chance of corruption when selling in a public media such as the internet.
No, it is not wrong for Chinese courts to sell seized assets online. Provided that the assets are seized due to criminal activity, they should be able to sell them to make back money to be put back into the system. If you use criminal activities to get your assets, you have no rights to them if you are caught.