Author: voice_cd

Fight against piracy to heat up [Copy link] 中文

Rank: 4

Post time 2008-1-14 17:09:45 |Display all floors
Lol

What you debates seem beside the threat!

Use magic tools Report

Rank: 8Rank: 8

Post time 2008-1-14 17:13:59 |Display all floors

Kangaroo Courts, Kangaroo Laws

Today, in 2008, a Chinese can NEVER have a fair hearing in a U.S. court in a criminal case, PERIOD.

The Yuan case involves a state court criminal complaint in Louisiana, involving alleged fraud, forgery, and other sundry made up crimes that only American shysters can dream up.  How a simple dispute involving a trademark or two can be blown all out of proportion to become a criminal case involving the use of the third country and the abuse of extradition laws, and how it gives America the deserved bad name of a bully on PCB, you have to ask the Americans here how they feel it can be justified.

All that, for a guy that had never set foot in Lousiana!!  Quite a feat as far as expanding American jurisprudence.  But the Yanks truly do not appreciate that this is a two edged sword - what you can do to others, others can do to you too.

Use magic tools Report

Rank: 8Rank: 8

Post time 2008-2-25 19:08:19 |Display all floors
A LIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

copyright infringement would not give Americans 300 trillion dollars were it eliminated

Chinese would simply NOT HAVE ACCESS to MICROSOFT PRODUCTS, ADOBE PHOTOSHOP, FLASH, DREAMWEAVERR, HOLLYWOOD MOVIES, MICROSOFT OFFICE, WORD, POWERPOINT, EXCEL, ACCESS, MICROSOFT WINDOWS ETC ETC ETC.

and that would make Chinese Economy fall to zero... and their intelligence and competitiveness in the world also drop to zero

because those figures estimate that WHAT IF all the software USED in China was legal..

they dont factor in the fact that 99% OF CHINESE CANNOT AFFORD THE  REAL COPY

because they expect China (where everything is printed and asssembled) to pay AMERICAN PRICES for the software..

they are on CRACK

AND CHINA NEEDS TO CREATE ITS OWN PROGRAMS OF MICROSOFT WINDOWS VISTA, AND XP  AND ADOBE ETC...  BY REVERSE ENGINEERING, AND DEEMIN COPYRIGHTS TO BE INVALID IN CHINA AND FIGHT THE WTO EVEN INTO WWIII TO GET IT.. THEY ARE AN IMPORTANT AND VITAL PART OF SOCIETY TODAY THAT CHINA MUST MAKE FOR THEMSELVES...

[ Last edited by 1337assassin at 2008-2-25 07:09 PM ]
-1337

Use magic tools Report

Rank: 8Rank: 8

Post time 2008-2-26 19:50:45 |Display all floors
Originally posted by interesting at 2008-1-9 12:43
As I said; I'm sure others will conveniently forget their hostility to this when proposed by me.


Oh but when you suggested it, it was simply the rantings of a capitalist running dog seeking to entrench the disadvantage foisted upon China by the self interest of the barbarian westerners.

When the Chinese Government sensibly mention it, then it is a sign of the furthering of intellectual development of the country.

That's what clearly reveals the hypocrisy of the clowns who cannot think for themselves, and whose tiny minds are utterly dependent on the news and editorial pages of CD & People's Daily.
"他不是救星, 他是一个非常淘气男孩" - Monty Python

Use magic tools Report

Rank: 8Rank: 8

Post time 2008-2-26 20:02:56 |Display all floors
Originally posted by afri_simba at 2008-1-13 00:05
He was arrested, after landing, by the UK police on board of the Chinese flight, which is regarded as Chinese territory....


I don't believe a Chinese civil aircraft on British (or any other) soil or indeed in foreign airspace, is considered "Chinese Soil".
The Chinese embassy is another matter, as well as diplomatic containers, or those travelling on diplomatic passports.
Aircraft in distress, forced to land on foreign soil are treated differently and there are conventions pertaining to sovereignty and the prompt repatriation of crew and craft.
Interestingly when an American Airforce plane was forced to land on Hainan island, following an accidental collision in International airspace (with a PLA-AF fighter) these conventions were flouted.
"他不是救星, 他是一个非常淘气男孩" - Monty Python

Use magic tools Report

You can't reply post until you log in Log in | register

BACK TO THE TOP
Contact us:Tel: (86)010-84883548, Email: blog@chinadaily.com.cn
Blog announcement:| We reserve the right, and you authorize us, to use content, including words, photos and videos, which you provide to our blog
platform, for non-profit purposes on China Daily media, comprising newspaper, website, iPad and other social media accounts.