According to a ruling issued by the Beijing Higher People's Court on July 23, Chinese Basketball Association (Beijing) Sports Co., Ltd. has sued two operators of Bilibili, claiming 406 million yuan ($60.05 million) in damages.
On July 19, Tencent Video issued a statement denying reports of its strategic cooperation with short video streaming platform Kuaishou on the secondary creation of long-form videos.
YOOZOO Games, which won the game copyright of Chinese writer Liu Cixin's sci-fi masterpiece The Three-Body Problem in 2020, revealed on Monday that the game is expected to come out within three to five years.
Chinese game live streaming company Huya and ESL Gaming GmbH announced on Thursday that they have reached a two-year exclusive media rights agreement.
Bilibili announced its video uploader copyright protection program, providing services including cross-platform infringement content detection and one-click rights protection for individual creators in the video platform.
On August 28th, Huawei Music announced a copyright agreement with Taihe Music Group and will now provide users with music by hundreds of new and old singers.
Fashion brands including Dr. Martens' owner AirWair International and independent designers have accused e-commerce platform Shein of trademark infringements.
On Feb.3, Shanghai police detained 14 people from China’s largest subtitling site Renren Yingshi due to suspicions they pirated more than 20,000 Chinese and foreign television shows and films.
The China Audio-Video Copyright Association (CAVCA) on Nov. 7 announced plans to sue Kuaishou for infringing on the recording producer rights of 5 songs and the music copyrights of millions of videos.
Visual China Group's shares plunged by the daily maximum of 10 percent today after being caught with unlawful copyright claims over numerous images it had no legal rights to.
Chinese users no longer need to fret over the choice between downloading music from NetEase Cloud Music or Tencent Music.