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China enacts Internet copyright regulation

Internet pirates will face fines of up to $12,500 (100,000 renminbi) for unauthorized use of copyrighted material on the Internet under a new Chinese regulation. From July 1, uploading or downloading copyrighted material from the Internet requires the copyright holder’s permission, the state-run Xinhua News Agency reported Monday. Using, producing, or importing devices capable of evading copyright protection is also banned under the regulation. Full Story

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