Will Alibaba’s App Information Leakage Trigger Strict Supervision and Regulation on Mobile Games?

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(By You Yunting) “疯狂来往” App, an in-game of China’s leading e-commerce Alibaba(NYSE: BABA)’s Messaging App Laiwang, was blamed for user’s private data leakage, according to the news. “疯狂来往” App (pronounced as “Feng Kuang Lai Wang”) was made to record players as one persons holds up a mobile device displaying words and others use gestures to provide clues to an answer, a little like guessing game. Considering that “疯狂来往”App is an interactive game among friends and acquaintances, many of the players were dressed rather casually when caught on the videos and some videos shows users in their underwear or naked while playing the game at home with family or friends. Worsen the videos also involved private information of teenagers under eighteen. Regardless of its sharing features into social networking websites such as Wechat and Qzone, some sharing videos were also automatically stored on Youku.com, a video website, which anyone can read online.

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Hinder or Protection? The Role of Law in Internet Development

Suggestions on the draft of Copyright Law Judicial Interpretation in China, II

Currently, it’s argued heatedly in America that whether SOPA and PIPA shall be passed, and on the other side of the world the Judicial Interpretation on Cyber Copyright is under drafting by Supreme People’s Court in China. Will the new interpretation meet the demand of the development of internet or bring a more rigorous regulation? That catches the eyes of the public. Bridge IP Law Commentary will give our suggestion on the judicial interpretation in three posts, and today is the second one of the series:

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China Cyber Infringement and Current Status of IP Protection

Suggestions on the draft of Copyright Law Judicial Interpretation in China, I

Currently, it’s argued heatedly in America that whether SOPA and PIPA shall be passed, and on the other side of the world the Judicial Interpretation on Cyber Copyright is under drafting by Supreme People’s Court in China. Will the new interpretation meet the demand of the development of internet or bring a more rigorous regulation? That catches the eyes of the public. Bridge IP Law Commentary will give our suggestion on the judicial interpretation in three posts, and today is the first one of the series:

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