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  1. Chinese Ringtone Service Sued for Copyright Infringement

    May 31, 2004 12:00 AM EDT A Chinese company has been sued for allegedly offering copyrighted music for use as ringtones without the authorization of rights owners. SHANGHAI -- A Chinese company has been sued for allegedly offering copyrighted music for use as ringtones wit ...

  2. Short Session Could Hold Up Industry Bills

    May 31, 2004 12:00 AM EDT The second session of the 108th Congress will be a short one. Congress has only about three weeks left to wrap up its entire legislative calendar. This includes top priorities such as deliberations on Short Session Could Hold Up Industry Bills Hea ...

  3. China Rocker Jian Sues Audio-Visual Groups On Piracy Grounds

    March 08, 2004 12:00 AM EST Cui Jian, widely acknowledged as China's biggest rock act, sued undisclosed audio-visual companies in Beijing on Feb. 26, seeking 330,000 Chinese yuan ($40,000) in damages from piracy and copyright vi BEIJING--Cui Jian, widely acknowledged as ...

  4. E.U. Set To Act On New Rules To Halt Piracy

    March 08, 2004 12:00 AM EST The European Union is expected to agree to new rules this week that will clamp down on movie and music pirates following a long legislative battle, according to the E.U. sources last Friday. <br clea Virgin, Fox Studio Drop Lawsuit, Settle Disp ...

  5. Universal In New Chinese Joint Venture

    March 01, 2004 12:00 AM EST Universal Music Asia Pacific (UMAP) has teamed up with the Shanghai Media Group (SMG), China's second-largest media conglomerate, to launch a new entertainment company called SUM Entertainment. Universal Music Asia Pacific (UMAP) has teamed u ...

  6. China's Pu Shu Takes 3 At Channel V Awards

    January 12, 2004 12:00 AM EST Group top winner at Shanghai ceremony Group top winner at Shanghai ceremony News ...

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