Wednesday, March 07, 2007

"Videos with 'copyright challenging character' most popular"

Netanel Jacobsson is a Swede living in Israel running Maxthon, a company that developes a browser in China (which reached 62 million dollars in one and a half year without marketing).

Jacobsson's last two blogs are about the Piper Jaffray's Fourth Annual China Growth Conference in Beijing. In one he points out the way Chinese youth react to censorship, by going online to get it anyway (conclusion might be that market access restrictions stimulate IPR infringement), see 'A Conversation with Chinese Users' here.

The other posting is about China's equivalents of YouTube and that the most popular content is of a 'copyright challenging character', see 'China: The Portal Challengers (Video)' here.

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