On December 29th, China announced it was planning to improve copyright protections in the country. According to the country’s regulator, copyright protections will be improved for e-commerce, sporting events, and live streaming by 2025.
This move was first introduced in the Five-Year Plan for Copyright Work, which is issued by the National Copyright Administration. This was the 14th edition of the five-year plan.
According to the plan, the development and application of new technologies will be strengthened for concepts like big data, artificial intelligence, and blockchain. Protections are also expected to be improved for sports and variety shows, as well as e-commerce and live streaming platforms.
(All information was provided by Reuters)
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