Posts Tagged ‘CCTV’

China’s Tudou.com Readies IPO After Settling Executive’s Marital Lawsuit

Chinese online video website Tudou.com has updated its filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for a planned initial public offering this week. The company’s IPO plans to generate around USD145 million were re-invigorated a few weeks ago after a lawsuit between Chairman and CEO Gary Wang and his ex-wife was settled in a […]


Intellectual Property Rights Get Boost In China

China’s National Office Against Pornography and Illegal Publication, the General Administration of Press and Publication, the National Copyright Administration of China and China Central Television have jointly initiated the 2010 Green Bookmark intellectual property rights initiative in Beijing.
It is reported that the initiative will be carried out from April 12 to April 30, 2010, when […]


Chinese Internet Video Rivals Join Forces On Copyright Issues

According to local media reports, rival Chinese video websites Youku.com and Tudou.com have formed anmore….


Chinese Search Engine Providers Sign Self-discipline Compact

Seven search engine service providers from China have jointly signed a self-discipline compact in Beijing.
The […]


China Punishes 6330 Phishing Websites

According to Anti-Phishing Alliance of China, as of August 31, 2009, APAC had dealt with up to 6330 online phishing websites in recent months.
APAC mainly focused on two types of phishing websites: fake lucky-draw websites that imitate such famous companies as CCTV and Tencent, and websites that mock webpages of online payment service providers like […]


Chinese TV Stations Form Alliance To Protect Internet Video Copyrights

CCTV.com and Phoenixtv.com have together formed an alliance for the protection of the copyrights of online video programs in China.
The alliance, which has already been joined by local TV service providers such as Shanghai Media Group Broadband, hifly.tv, Beijing TV Station and Shenzhen Media Group, has also released a manifesto to enhance copyright protection and […]


CCTV Sues Online Video Service Providers

China International Television Corporation, an affiliate of CCTV, is using the Chinese courts to fight six online video service providers, including ku6.com, 6.cn and aeeboo.com.
Beijing’s Haidian District Court has already issued a preliminary order and judgement that the online video service providers had violated the rights of CCTV and has asked them to stop the […]


CCTV: Google China Is A Gateway To Vulgar Internet Content

China Central Television has exposed in its news and Focus Report programs that the website for Google China contains links to a large number of websites hosting pornographic and vulgar content.
China Internet Illegal Information Reporting Centre expressed its great resentment at Google China, via the television reports, and asked the search engine company to clear […]


Initiative Launched For Intellectual Property Right Protection

China’s Office of the National Campaign on Anti-prostitution and Anti-delinquency, National Copyright Administration of China and the Society and Law Channel of CCTV have jointly launched an initiative to mark the ninth World Intellectual Property Day, which falls on April 26, 2009.
Millions of Chinese consumers and dozens of mainstream media and portal websites across China […]


Tom.com Sued By CCTV.com For Illegal Broadcasting Of Spring Festival Gala

CCTV.com, the official website for China Central Television, has sued Chinese Web portal Tom.com for illegal broadcasting of the 2009 Spring Festival Gala and asked the defendant for CNY1 million in compensation.
CCTV.com says CCTV has invested lots of material, labor, and financial power in producing both the 2009 Spring Festival Gala and the 2009 Lantern […]