Writer Sues Internet Giant Baidu for Copyright Violation
(Beijing) – Celebrity blogger and writer Han Han is seeking 760,000 yuan in damages from Internet search giant Baidu Inc. for copyright violations through the company's online library service.
On July 10, a Beijing court began hearing the case against Wenku, an online library operated by Baidu which offered three books penned by Han.
Han is also seeking an official apology from the Nasdaq-listed Baidu, and the shutdown of its online library service.
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