"The workshop held in Seoul on April 14 and 15 saw policymakers and academics from the four nations discuss progress on copyright protection in each country and ways to improve bilateral and multilateral cooperation."
"The report listed four items, the first being a copyright application. Applicants need to prove that they have the authority to use and publish the content they are pitching. The second is that written application materials are required to be submitted in the form of a binder. Digital materials also must be accessible through normal means (no DRM?). And finally, internet-related materials must have either a downloadable client or a server where all functions and features of a game are accessible."
"The number of new software copyright registrations that China received last year has reached more than 164,300, a clear indication that Chinese software firms are now more aware about the country’s intellectual property rights law."
"The tightening of China’s internet regulations, already among the most restrictive in the world, has mainland web portals that host crowd-sourced videos and television content scrambling to meet new requirements."
"The Chinese language has unique characteristics, and therefore your Chinese equivalent trademark should be carefully developed with the help and guidance of trademark, marketing and PR experts, as well as native speakers and translators."
"When filing a China trademark application, it is essential to conduct a pre-application trademark screening to assess the trademark’s registrability. Is the mark inherently distinctive? Does it run afoul of China’s statutory prohibitions on trademarks? Does it conflict with any preexisting trademarks?"