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Chen Xingliang v. National Digital Library of China Co., Ltd. - Case on Copyright Infringement

The defendant provided the plaintiff's work without permission. The court reasoned that by putting plaintiff's work on the Internet, the defendant actually increased the number of people who might access the work, and therefore has infringed the copyright of the plaintiff.

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Document type: China IP Law
Categories: Copyrights and related rights
Making body: Beijing Haidian District People’s Court
Law Type: case analysis
Access available: Freely available
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