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Online streaming platforms urged to follow copyright law

Postby MrFredPFL » Sat Sep 15, 2018 7:42 pm

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The National Copyright Administration summoned 15 major online video streaming and related media companies on Friday, asking them to strengthen regulations and enhance their awareness of copyright protection.

Those 15 companies include one of the country's most popular video platforms, Bilibili, video streaming site Douyin, and Tencent-backed live-video streaming startup Kuaishou.

The administration asked those platforms to shoulder their responsibility to respect the Copyright Law. Unauthorized content, including pictures, music, literary works, video and audio products, should not be posted online.

"All people should shoulder the responsibility to report the illegal actions and cooperate with law enforcement departments," it said. "Severe cases that break the Copyright Law will be transferred to the public security department."

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