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IP Protection is a smokescreen , Sneaky US wants one thing ONLY, embarrasing    Close [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2019-2-1 21:19:29 |Display all floors
Huawei began building its own phone-testing system, xDeviceRobot, in early 2012. The Chinese company hoped to improve the quality of its mobile hardware, which tended to fail far more often than competitors' devices in third-party trials. In May 2012, Huawei China asked T-Mobile if it could license or flat-out buy the company's phone-testing robot, Tappy, which served as a standard for much of the industry. T-Mobile said no.

So, Huawei decided to steal Tappy.

After installing a handful of employees at T-Mobile's headquarters in Bellevue, Washington, federal prosecutors claim Huawei USA and China employees attempted to illegally collect information on Tappy in a year-long espionage campaign that culminated in actual theft. Huawei was found guilty of misappropriating T-Mobile's Tappy intellectual property in a 2014 civil lawsuit, and federal prosecutors in Seattle this week unsealed an indictment that brings new, criminal charges against the Chinese company.

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Post time 2019-2-2 08:26:19 |Display all floors
wchao37 Post time: 2019-1-29 15:30
Numerous times?

Show me one example, just one.  I know you can't, because that question has been  ...

O/S copying and distribution. How many "real" copies of Microsoft Windows are there in China? Very few. Almost every Microsoft O/S can be found in stores, costing 5-15 yuan, including the crack and directions on implementing it.

Music CD's ... Very few, if any, music CD's by foreign and domestic musicians are genuine, in China. MP3's have been shared millions of times over, downloaded and played on loudspeakers, in restaurants, businesses, Karaoke bars, etc., and not one cent of royalties gets to the original artist.

Movies ... there are hundreds of websites in China that host movies for streaming and/or downloading, and again, not one cent goes to the artists. Almost 75% of the movies hosted are obtained by sneaking a video recorder into a movie theatre and videoing the movie as it is playing. Other movies display the caption "For Academy voters only" (or words to that effect. Still others are purchased on Blu-Ray or DVD, copied and distributed in stores all across China.

The above are all examples of IP (Intellectual Property) Rights theft.
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Post time 2019-2-2 08:36:11 |Display all floors
robert237 Post time: 2019-1-30 12:16
IP protection IS a smokescreen used by the US.

Cases such as the ones you listed have been happeni ...
How else could AMD make microprocessors that run the exact same instruction set as Intel's microprocessors?


Because they are both members of, and operate according to the guidelines prescribed by the  Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Association for Computing Machinery (ACP), the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP), and other organizations which make computing standards so that compatibility exists across platforms.
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Post time 2019-2-2 08:37:50 |Display all floors
tenderloin Post time: 2019-1-29 07:43
It's a smokescreen.
Give specific examples not empty talks.
How do you they are state sponsored?

How about the millions of counterfeited designer goods that flood Chinese markets?
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Post time 2019-2-2 12:43:07 |Display all floors
cmknight Post time: 2019-2-2 08:26
O/S copying and distribution. How many "real" copies of Microsoft Windows are there in China? Very ...

We are talking about top-of-the-line high-tech products that America is accusing companies like Huawei are 'stealing.'  There is not one case of such accusations brought to the WTO that has been found to have any validity.  Let me repeat -- we are strictly concerned with heists in high-tech industries like chips from Qualcomm or Intel in the past and now Huawei, for those are the leading actors in determining the global economic pecking order.

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Post time 2019-2-2 12:43:27 |Display all floors
There is no probable cause for Huawei to be motivated to ‘steal’ anything as the leader of the pack, inasmuch as there is no fathomable reason why James Lebron would want to steal notes on how to play basketball from David Copperfield – both are famous personalities in their own rights, but neither would want to lose that self-respect by hitching its own growth to stealing something from someone pursuing some other ambitions.  

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Post time 2019-2-2 12:43:45 |Display all floors
Huawei is interested only in 5G technology, and its level of development is not something any American company is even close in achieving.   Just a few days ago Huawei was itself suing a South Korean company for violating its patent rights, but it did not make any headlines because it wasn’t as sensational because Huawei never brought the suit into China’s criminal court system.  

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