Baidu CEO seeks win-win model in copyright dispute2011-03-28

In his first response to a recent copyright dispute, Robin Li, chairman and CEO of Baidu, Monday said the company is stepping up anti-piracy efforts and hopes to work out a mutually beneficial business model to settle the dispute.

Writers call Baidu 'arrogant, insincere'2011-03-28

Several Chinese writers on Sunday rejected an offer by China's most popular search engine,, in their ongoing dispute about alleged copyright infringements.

Baidu pledges to remove unauthorized online works2011-03-27

China's search giant Baidu has pledged to remove all unauthorized literary works from its free online literary database Wenku within three days.

Blogger Han Han appeals to Baidu CEO on copyright2011-03-26

China's leading blogger Han Han made an emotional online appeal to Robin Li, CEO of to rectify copyright infringements on the largest Chinese search engine.

Baidu copyright negotiations break down2011-03-25

Negotiations between Chinese search engine Baidu and Chinese writers over a copyright dispute broke down on Thursday, according to a statement issued by publishers and writers who attended the negotiation.

China cracks down on online copyright infringements2011-04-07

In a concerted effort to crack down on copyright infringement and counterfeiting, Chinese authorities have suspended nine online shops, said the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) on Wednesday.

Notice of the cracking down on the piracy of New Year’s films2011-03-22

The notice seeks mandated governmental protection of new domestic films as part of the special campaign to crack down on IP infringements and the production and sales of counterfeit and shoddy commodities.

New Show Water Margin causes copyright dispute2011-03-10

The TV series Water Margin, consisting of 86 episodes, has been shown on 10 international channels and 4 satellite TV channels as of January 1, 2010.

New rules to fight online pirates2011-03-16

The State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) is set to release new regulations to fight the sale of counterfeits on the Internet, a senior official said at a news conference during the National People's Congress that ended on Monday.

Sino-British talks on IP rights2011-03-09

Britain is studying intellectual property right (IPR) protection practices used during the 2008 Olympics as it ramps up for its own Games in London in 2012, a senior British IPR official said during a recent trip to China.

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