Shocker: Online Video-Sharing Taking Off in China

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Shocker: Online Video-Sharing Taking Off in China

Tue Dec 11, 2007 @ 11:39AM PST

Posted by Eriq Gardner

Chinaflag Ah, here's a syllogism to ponder:

Some say YouTube is guilty of copyright infringement.
Some say China doesn't do enough to police copyright laws.
Therefore, some might say a Chinese YouTube is the end of civilization.

OK, give us a B- for inductive reasoning; still, news that the "YouTube of China" has gotten $20 million in venture funding may be enough to at least send shivers down the spines of some Viacom lawyers. 56.com now has 30 million registered users and is growing fast.

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