LOFTER, a life-sharing community owned by Chinese tech giant NetEase, recently launched an "avatar generator" function for testing, but was immediately met with controversy as several parties claimed infringement of intellectual property rights.
According to the Tianyancha App, a commercial querying platform, Tesla (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. added a case filing information on August 26. The case cause was an intellectual property infringement dispute.
China Mobile Games and Entertainment Group Limited (CMGE) announced on August 5 that it has obtained a full range of IP authorization under DreamWorks Animation LLC.
Beijing Siyue Star Network Technology Co., Ltd., an affiliate of Youyaoqi, registered an official change with the country's Industrial and Commercial Administration.
Liang Yongping, the founder of YYeTs, a fansub group also known as Renren Yingshi, was suspected of committing copyright infringement.
Tencent announced on October 29 that it will acquire a 6.86% stake in Kadokawa for 30 billion yen ($263 million) via its subsidiary Sixjoy, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tencent in Hong Kong.
Huawei today released a white paper on innovation and intellectual property (IP), warning against politicizing intellectual property rights.
Jack Ma, co-founder and executive chairman of Alibaba, China’s biggest e-commerce platform, has announced his unexpected retirement as chief executive officer earlier this month. The company’s core to-customer e-commerce platform Taobao, however, may be facing more hiccups.
The second Internet court in China opened its doors in Beijing on Sept. 9, as the country looks to better address disputes and problems caused by the fast-growing cyberspace.
U.S. mobile chipmaker Qualcomm announced on August 10 that it has settled an anti-trust case with Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission(TFTC). Qualcomm paid out for a total of $93 million, which was reduced from $774 million. It further pledged to invest $700 million more in Taiwan within the next five years.