Livestreaming platforms commit contributory infringement by allowing hosts to perform unauthorized songs
The emergence of livestreaming websites is posing new challenges for defining rights and infringement.
Unauthorized dissemination of movie soundtracks constitutes infringement
Shanghai Kuanyu Digital Technology Co., the operator of online content platform Bilibili, was sued by Youku Information Technology (Beijing) Co. at the Beijing Internet Court (BIC) for infringement of information network dissemination rights because a Bilibili user uploaded audio from a box office hit Dying to Survive on the website.
The "Dubbing Show" case
Have you ever seen this little red fox? His name is Ali. He is a very famous cartoon character.
Copyrightability of AI-generated Content
With the rapid development of 5G, cloud computing, big data and other technologies, artificial intelligence (AI) will be more widely applied in business settings.
Are takeout platforms liable for quotation of different delivery fees?
The Beijing Internet Court (BIC) recently gave judgment of the first instance in a service contract dispute between plaintiff Chen and the defendant – an online takeout platform.
Live streamer commits fraud by selling fake product online
Wang, after buying a mobile phone from Xu - a live streaming anchor - on Kuaishou, a short video and livestreaming platform in China, believed the phone was fake and filed a lawsuit at the Beijing Internet Court (BIC) against Xu and the Beijing Express Hand Technology Co Ltd - operator of Kuaishou app - for fraud.
China’s first “graphic film” rights infringement case
GraphMovie, an online graphic film commentary app, provides graphic atlases or guides of movies and TV shows for online audiences.
iQIYI advance-releases TV series damaging membership rights
Wu, a golden VIP member of iQIYI, one of China's largest online video service platforms, filed a lawsuit at the Beijing Internet Court (BIC) against iQIYI for breaching the terms and conditions of its VIP membership contract.