the 120th Issue: No more cheap film tickets in China --- China Intellectual Property

the 120th Issue: No more cheap film tickets in China

China IP Weekly   Issue 120    March, 1st, 2012
WELLINGTON, Feb. 27 (Xinhua) -- New Zealand Internet and technology lobby groups are planning to attend the 11th round of the Trans-Pacific Partnership(TPP) talks in Australia to voice concerns that U.S.-backed intellectual property laws could be imposed on TPP partner states... More
GUANGZHOU, China—A Chinese court on Wednesday began hearing Apple's appeal of a ruling against its right to use the iPad trademark in China... More
There should be a minimum price for discounted film tickets, according to a draft proposal by the Film Administration under the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television... More
· Question on the inclusion of “bad faith” as constitutive requirement in domain name dispute resolution in China   Issue 46, By Tao Xinliang, Dean of Shanghai University Intellectual Law School,[Internet & Domain]
In China, domain name disputes are resolved in accordance with China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC)’s Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (DNDRP), which was formulated in 2002 and has been implemented since March 17th, 2006 after amendment...More
·In Pace with the Rapid Development of Domain Name    Issue 46, By By Anne Zhang, China IP,[Internet & Domain]
Up to the end of June 2011, there were a total of 7.86 million domain names in China according to the latest Statistical Report on Internet Development in China from China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC)... More

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