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May 2012
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Attorney Sting Wu interviewed by China Law &Practice

Attorney Sting Wu in Shanghai office was recently interviewed by China Law & Practice regarding on the recently released draft of the PRC Copyright Law and well as the recent SPC's draft regulations on internet service provider's liability. Sting's understanding and analysis on the draft provides a new comprehension for other attorneys: "The Provisions have been encouraging developments over the liability of ISPs, "There are several issues explaining why the courts are reluctant to award higher damages," said Sting Wu, "These include government policy and the legislation understanding the safe harbor principles, which defines when and how information may be published. Other countries are also reluctant to award higher damages,"

http://www.chinalawandpractice.com/Article/3026089/Channel/12591/Baidu-reacts-to-government-pressure-to-enforce-copyright.html

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