China’s National Institute For Digital Copyright Research Opens In Beijing’s Zhongguancun

By Editor
January 18, 2010

Supported by the government of Haidian district, Beijing, China’s National Institute for Digital Copyright Research has recently opened in China Technology Exchange Mansion in the western area of Zhongguancun, Haidian district.

Zhang Ping, director for the institute, told local media that this newly established organization will serve the implementation of China’s intellectual property rights strategy and will strive to make innovations in technology and operations.

Prior to this, the institute published a Self-service Copyright Agreement, which creates several new digital copyright authorization options, aiming to provide an example for copyright protection and copyright transaction to lawyers and businesses.

At the opening ceremony, the National Institute for Digital Copyright Research also signed strategic cooperation agreements with China Technology Exchange, National Copyright Trade Center, and

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