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Chinese Entertainment Firm Sues P2P Platform for Copyright Violations

By Sergio Published on .

Beijing Shidai Yingyin International Entertainment Co. sued the Chinese P2P TV platform PPLive for copyright infringement, NewTeeVee says, citing ChinaTechNews.com. It’s the first lawsuit for the site, which offers several hundred channels of streaming video.
-Elizabeth Jensen
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