the 73rd Issue: WIPO focuses on designing the future in this year’s World IP Day --- China Intellectual Property

the 73rd Issue: WIPO focuses on designing the future in this year’s World IP Day

China IP Weekly   Issue 73 Forward       Subscription    Mar.. 24th, 2011

·WIPO focuses on designing the future in this year’s World IP Day
On World IP Day this year, WIPO’s focus is on designing the future. In October 2000, a proposal of designating World IP Day submitted by China and Algeria was passed in the 35th Assembly of WIPO Member States, which decided to designate April 26 as the annual World IP Day from 2001 onwards. More

·High-tech machinery to be focus of expo
An array of high-tech machinery products exhibited by China Sunward Intelligent Machinery Co Ltd are on display at Conexpo-Con/Agg, the world-famous trade show for the construction industry that opens today in the US city of Las Vegas. More

·Experts seek ways of copyright protection in Internet age
 BEIJING, March 22 (Xinhua) -- An online video featuring two Chinese migrant workers performing the pop song "In Spring" became an Internet sensation due to the duo's simplicity and plainness. The video became so popular that the amateur duo was invited to perform at the Spring Festival TV gala aired on China Central Television last month.More

·Baidu promise to start negotiation before Ching Ming Festival
·Domestic OEM enterprises should avoid infringement risk
China's video websites join to screen movies online
·Commercializing kung fu
·Outline of Zhongguancun National Innovation Model Zone Development (2011-2020)
·Project hopes to pen new story on innovation
·China uncovers 3,600 IPR infringement cases
The Ministry of Culture investigated music websites
·OMEGA challenges AOMEGA in trademark similarity case
·Shanghai focused on combating intellectual property infringement in cultural markets
China to protect foreign intellectual property rights
·China welcomes foreign investment

·Copyright, Ads, and Sensational Headlines Issue 40, By Yuan Zhenfu,[Copyright]
As a business mode, "content for traffic and traffic for ads" has become fairly commonplace. For example, online videos are free; nevertheless you have to wade through several advertisements. Even those who pirate software understand the approach: revised software as Tomato Garden Windows and Coral QQ are bundled with commercials. More

·Traditional Folk Art Suffers IP Embarrassment  Issue 40, By Aimee Wang, China IP,[Comprehensive Reports]
On August 17, 2010, the Beijing Dongcheng District People’s Court heard a case brought by painter Zhao Menglin (Plaintiff) against the Beijing Arts & Crafts Group Co. Ltd. and the Fujian Fuguihong Culture Development Co., Ltd. (Defendants) for copyright infringement. Zhao testified that, he finished the album of paintings Facial Makeup in Peking Opera in 1992. The album of paintings consists of 272 types of Peking Opera facial makeup and some figure paintings featuring the Peking Opera. More

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