the 8th Issue: Microsoft wins piracy lawsuit --- China Intellectual Property

the 8th Issue: Microsoft wins piracy lawsuit

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China IP Newsletter   Issue 8 Foward       Subscription    July  22, 2009

China's Do-It-Yourself personal computer market has proven a chronic headache for Microsoft Corp, which is continually battling the use of pirated software. But the US-based software giant won a skirmish this month, when a Beijing court ruled against a major custom PC dealer accused of pre-installing pirated Microsoft Windows and Office software More

·Beijing's Silk Street Market looks for new general manager after old one quits
BEIJING -- Silk Street Market, one of the Chinese capital's most popular clothing markets, is looking for a new general manager, as former job holder Wang Zili quit earlier this week, the company confirmed here Thursday. The company declined to disclose the whereabouts of the former manager Wang, who has been reportedly involved in a law suit More

·China's press watchdog warns of illegal release of imported online games
China's General Administration of Press and Publication (GAPP) issued a notice Tuesday warning of the illegal release of Web games and declaring stricter control on the games' approval More

·IPR reforms increase public awareness throughout China
 The year 2008 carried great weight for publicizing and enforcing the IPR system in China. In addition to marking the 30th anniversary of China's reforms, 2008 was also the inaugural year for the implementation of the national intellectual property (IP) strategy. The Chinese IPR system saw 828,328 patent applications and 698,000 applications for trademark registration last year More

·EU seeks views on Google's books plan
European Union regulators are asking publishers and authors for feedback on how Google Inc's book-scanning project will affect copyright in Europe.They plan to meet copyright holders on September 7 to evaluate a US$125 million settlement between Google and publishers in the United States More


Financial crisis shrinks trademark international filings

·EU FP7 NCP and RCP Training Seminar held in Beijing

·New rules on payouts in IPR cases in China

·125% of fake goods confiscated at EU borders

·China patent lawsuit against Best Buy may be a first


·The Two Generations’ Pursuit of Copyright (Issue 30 Planned by Zhou Yi )
In 2006, Li Zheng graduated from university and worked in the marketing department of a video sharing website. Just like many other people, he was very optimistic about the future of the industry, mainly owing to the good potential of web 2.0 and the soon-to-be-issued 3G licenses More

·“Copyright: An Industry-wide Challenge” (Issue 30 By Zhou Yi)

China IP: Copyright of video websites, especially sites for video sharing, is a special focus of attention this year. As one of the forerunners in this field, when did begin to realize this copyright problem existed?



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