Unfair Competition

Suing Grey and Black Industry for Unfair Competition, Tencent Awarded 5 Million Yuan

Tencent sued Qixiao Company and ZhiEn service for unfair competition, claiming that the two defendants had developed softwares including WeChat Business Screenshots King to generate WeChat and QQ dialogue as well as red packet screenshots and charged VIP membership fees.

Brief latest update——DiDi was fined RMB 8.026 bln for violation

July 21, Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) published its decision to inflict administrative penalties of RMB 8.026 billion on Didi Global Co., on account of the network security investigation. After the one-year investigation, CAC found that Didi had conducted 16 ille

China vets baby brand Yumeijing’s merger with drug company

China’s State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) on May 16 announced a public consultation round on the merger of two Tianjin-based state-owned companies Tianjin Pharmacy Holdings Co., Ltd. (天津市医药集团有限公司) and Tianjin Yumeijing Group Co., Ltd. (天津郁美净集团有限公司). The merger is categorized as a sim

Tencent sues vivo over unfair competition for app store traffic

China’s Jinan Intermediate People’s Court of Shandong province today hears a lawsuit filed by Chinese multinational tech and entertainment conglomerate Shenzhen Tencent Computer Systems Co. Ltd. (深圳市腾讯计算机系统有限公司) against China’s third-ranking smartphone maker vivo Mobile Communications Co., Ltd. (维沃移

3 exemplary cases: unfair competition in digital era

 Case 1A Shenzhen city-based art publishing and dealing group published text and 3,700 or so images about the artworks on the catalog to be sold at 16 forthcoming auctions on the website it hosted. A Beijing-based tech company copied the text and images and republished them on its own website w