Guidelines for Internet Cafe Network Cultural Content Product Business Qualification Application and Product Filing

In order to perfect Internet cafe network cultural content product business qualification application and product filing work, according to the “Provisional Regulations on Internet Culture Management” and the “Notice Concerning Work Related toFurther Purifying Internet Cafe Venues” (WSF No. [2009]9) of the Ministry of Culture and five other departments, these Guidelines are formulated.

I, Qualification Application

Internet cafe network culture content product business enterprise refers to Internet culture business work units such as Internet surfing service business venues such as Internet cafes, etc., providing cultural content products such as films, music, single-machine games, etc., and related business activities such as downloading, updating, service, etc. Continue reading

Some Opinions Concerning Stimulating Our Country’s Audiovisual Industry’s Healthy and Orderly Growth

GAPP No. 2009(5)

All relevant central and national  ministry and commission, all democratic party, all civic organization press and publication controlling authorities, all provincial,  autonomous region, municipal Press and Publication Bureaus, Xinjiang Production Contraction Corps Press and Publication Bureau, Liberation Army General Political Department and Propaganda Department Press and Publication Bureau, China Publishing Group Company:

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Notice concerning Filing Inspection Work for Cases Involving Internet Management

In order to do filing inspection work for cases involving Internet management well in the future, hereby, the relevant issues are notified as follow:

I, The scope of cases involving Internet management

Cases involving Internet management include civil disputes and administrative disputes triggered because of network management. Civil disputes mainly are manifested as disputes triggered by the deletion of articles, speech as well as websites, etc., that the plaintiff published on the network by websites on the basis of requirements of relevant departments, or closure of plaintiffs’ blogs, forums, post bars, websites, etc. The majority of plaintiffs file a lawsuit on the basis of the network service contract they concluded with websites, and the fact that that the website deleted these persons’ articles or closed websites unilaterally, without their agreement or without notifying them. Administrative disputes mainly are manifested as lawsuits raised because plaintiffs do not agree with administrative punishment decisions or punishment acts by corresponding management departments to delete the articles or speech the plaintiff publishes online or close the plaintiff’s blog, websites, etc. Continue reading