A campaign designed to combat Internet infringement and piracy began in July 2010 and ended in June 2011.
Jian Wang Action represents the seventh time that China’s National Copyright Administration (NCAC), Ministry of Public Security and Ministry of Industry and Information Technology have acted to crack down on Internet infringement and piracy. The NCAC released 15 leading cases of 2010 and 2011 on June 21.
"FOUR HUNDRED SERVERS WERE SEIZED AND OVER 100 MILLION YUAN (OVER $15.5 MILLION) WAS INVOLVED IN THE CASE. COMPULSORY MEASURES WERE TAKEN AGAINST DOZENS OF PEOPLE."
Six of these cases have resulted in court judgments, three have resulted in administrative punishments from the copyright administrative authorities and six are being reviewed by the Procuratorate or are in the process of prosecution.
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NCAC, Online piracy