Posts Tagged ‘sue’

Truly International Sues Letv Zhixin To Get Back CNY240 Million Investment

Truly International Holdings Limited is using the courts to go after a subsidiary of embattled Chinese tech firm LeEco. Truly …


Shanda Literature Will Sue Baidu.com In January 2010

Shanda Literature, the Internet literature subsidiary of Shanda Interactive Entertainment Limited, has announced that it […]


Follow-up: Youku.com Sues Sohu.com Over Reputation Assault

Chinese video website Youku.com announced that it has sued Sohu.com at Beijing Haidian People’s Court for Sohu’s infringements of Youku’s copyrights and harming Youku’s reputation.
Prior to this, Sohu.com, along with Joy.cn and Union Voole Technology Company, initiated an anti-piracy alliance aimed at video websites in China. Sohu.com said it would initiate lawsuits against major Chinese […]


Taobao.com Sentenced For Pirated Internet Sales In China

Beijing Dongcheng District People’s Court has sentenced Chinese online auction website Taobao.com and a Chinese seller surnamed Yang to pay CNY2000 in compensation to China Friendship Publishing Company for the sale of a pirated book on Taobao.
In its petition, CFPC claimed that it was the exclusive owner of the copyright of the book “Daomu Biji […]


Sogou Sues Tencent Over Unfair Competition In China

The Second Intermediate People Court of Beijing has accepted a lawsuit filed by Beijing Sogou Information Service Company and Beijing Sogou Technology Development Company, two affiliates of Sogou, against Tencent and Aldsoft over unfair competition.
The plaintiffs said that Tencent, a Chinese instant messaging and online game provider, blocks computer users from using Sogou’s Pinyin input […]


Kaixin001.com Sues Oak Pacific For Unfair Competition

Chinese social networking service website Kaixin001.com has sued Oak Pacific Interactive, which previously launched a similar website as that of Kaixin001.com, for unfair competition and the case has been accepted by Beijing Second Intermediate People’s Court.
Founded in March 2008, Kaixin001.com, with the Chinese name of “Kai Xin Wang”, has gained great success with its featured […]


Chinese Players May Sue Oak Pacific For Webgame Closure

Chinese Internet company Oak Pacific Interactive announced on April 24, 2009, that it would stop the operation of Age of Seventh Dragon, a webgame developed by the company, and the webgame was closed on April 28.
According to Mop.com, a subsidiary of Oak Pacific Interactive and the game service provider of Age of Seventh Dragon, the […]


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 […]


Beijing Court Rejects Little Smart User’s Case Against MIIT

The case in which Shi Yuchen, the user of the Chinese personal access system known as Little Smart, sued China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, has been rejected by the court in Beijing.
Shi told local media that on February 24, 2009, he sued the MIIT at the Beijing No.1 Intermediate People’s Court, because MIIT […]


Chinese Passenger To Sue Four Ctrip.com Affiliates

According to local media, the Chinese consumer surnamed Liang who previously accused Chinese Internet travel website Ctrip.com of supplying an invalid insurance policy, has failed to reach an agreement with Ctrip.com and will now file a lawsuit against four Ctrip affiliates.
According to Liang’s lawyer Zhang Honglei, Liang will file a lawsuit against the Ctrip affiliated […]