The China Copyright Society (CSC), a government-linked public institution under the National Copyright Administration of China, launched the Chinese Copyright Channel on Tuesday.
The new blockchain can document proof of digital assets, monitor counterfeiting activity, collect online evidence, issue notices to remove pirated products, and help courts resolve copyright disputes and deal with claims. prosecutions, said the CSC.
“Blockchain is ideal for digital copyright protection given its technical characteristics such as immutability, search-at-source capability and distributed consensus,” said Xiaohong Yan, president of CSC, at the meeting. ‘a press conference. forum on innovation and copyright protection.
Supreme People’s Court of China recognized evidence authenticated by blockchain and considered legally binding in September 2018.
Internet courts in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou have started using blockchain to hold meetings and document court records, Yuanming Qin, chief justice of the intellectual property division of the Supreme Court of China, told the forum.
“Blockchain can dramatically reduce the cost of digital copyright protection, increase efficiency, and provide new ways to collect evidence, exchange digital assets, and protect the rights of the owners of those rights. author, ”Yan said.