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the 10th Issue: Microsoft launches city case after piracy swoop

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China IP Newsletter   Issue 10 Foward       Subscription    August  6, 2009

·Microsoft launches city case after piracy swoop
Microsoft Corp has taken legal action against three Shanghai companies over software piracy. The move shows that Microsoft continues to widen its net to encompass not only IT giants, but small fry as well.More

·Minister addresses Top 10 Summit of Chinese Auto Industry
The 2009 Top 10 Summit of Chinese Auto Industry was convened on July 11 of 2009. The event was organized by China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) and focused on Chinese auto industry's strategy on electric vehicles. More

·SIPO, EPO host European patent system symposium
On August 3, China's State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) and European Patent Office (EPO) jointly convened a roving symposium on European patent system in Zhengzhou, capital of Henan province.More

·Yoko Ono wins lawsuit to own rare John Lennon footage
Best Buy Co, Wal-Mart Stores Inc and other companies were sued over dashboard mounts for navigation devices in a rare case of a Chinese company seeking to enforce patent rights in a US court. Changzhou Asian Endergonic Electronic Technology Co, based in Changzhou More

·Chinese instant messaging operator obtains 400 plus patents

·Student reinvents the folding bicycle

·DSM Dyneema files patent infringement case

·Lotus Pharmaceuticals announces patent pending of Gliclazide-Controlled Release Tablets

·Multinational IPR partnerships promoted

China IP Articles

·Excessive Downloading of Electronic Contents – Infringement for the Taking
(Issue 30 By Doris Li)
Recently, the American Chemical Society (ACS) filed a complaint against the National Library of China, alleging that its readers were downloading excessive data from its database during the months from December 2008 to March 2009, and suspended the access rights of some of the Library’s IP addresses. More

·Deputy Director of National Copyright Administration Yan Xiaohong: China's Copyright Protection and Development
(Issue 30 Harry Yang)
On April 21, 2009, Mr. Yan Xiaohong, Deputy Director of the General Administration of Press and Publication (GAPP) and Deputy Director of the National Copyright Administration of China (NCAC) visited People’s Daily Online for an online video interview on China’s copyright protection and development. After the interview, Mr. Yan attended the Strong China Forum and interacted with netizens, answering questions on China’s copyright status. More



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