Tencent v. Bamboo Encyclopedia: Unjustified accusation of plagiarism and invoking blame from netizens for 500,000 claims

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 Tencent v. Bamboo Encyclopedia: Unjustified accusation of plagiarism and invoking blame from netizens for 500,000 claims


Considering that the publication and dissemination of false information on the Encyclopedia of Bad Things website has damaged its commercial reputation and commodity reputation, Shenzhen Tencent Computer Systems Co., Ltd. and Tencent Technologies (Beijing) Co., Ltd. sued the Encyclopedia of Bad Things operator Youji Infinite (Beijing) Technologies Co., Ltd. to the court for unfair competition disputes, demanding that it stop infringement, apologize for gifts and compensate for damages. Lost 500,000 yuan. A few days ago, Haidian Court accepted the case.

Eryuan told us that as a world-renowned Internet integrated service provider, its trademarks and trade names enjoy a wide range of visibility and reputation in the industry. Recently, the two plaintiffs found that a large number of false information and slanderous remarks against Tencent were published on the Encyclopedia of Gongshi website, claiming that it is shameless that Tencent copied the information on our heads, and baselessly accused Tencent of piracy and plagiarism ofEncyclopedia of Gongshi. Tencent made use of the processed false pictures to fabricate Tencents requests users to recharge 1,000 yuan in a week or else. False information to be banned and handled; nearly 100 information to insult and insult Tencent, triggering negative comments on Tencents highly derogatory, insulting and abusive nature by netizens.

Second, the plaintiff holds that Friendship Infinite (Beijing) Technology Co., Ltd., as the main Internet service provider with competitive relationship with Tencent, publicly denigrates its competitors on its Encyclopedia of Gong Shi website, disseminates misleading, false and defamatory information, seriously infringes Tencents commercial reputation and commodity reputation, and causes serious economic damage, which has constituted an unfair situation. When competition.

At present, the case is under further trial.

Source: Liable Editor of Haidian Court Network: Wang Fengzhi_NT2541