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UPDATED: 21:05, December 11, 2006
Chinese companies form copyright alliance to fight piracy
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Chinese companies formed a copyright alliance on Monday to protect their copyright and fight against piracy.

The alliance comprises six leading Chinese companies, including Shanda Entertainment, Netease, Sina, Microsoft China, Kingsoft and Sunchime Cartoon Group.

The alliance will act as a bridge for companies, international copyright agencies, governments and media to support the Chinese government in international cooperation, said the organizing committee.

It will work to raise Chinese companies' awareness of the damage piracy has and will do to the interests of companies, society and the whole country, it said.

A national anti-piracy platform for software should be established with the government's support, it said.

It also called for more financial support and favorable policies from the government to help Chinese companies succeed in global competition.

Source: Xinhua

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