/// U.S. Removes China’s Taobao From Piracy List
The U.S. removed Chinese e-commerce marketplace Taobao from its list of “notorious” markets for piracy, marking a success for owner Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. after it pledged earlier this year to work harder with the U.S. to improve the site. In a report released late Thursday, the U.S. Trade Representative said Taobao, China’s No. 1 e-commerce site by transactions, had been removed from the site “because it has undertaken notable efforts over the past year to work with rightholders directly or through their industry associations to clean up its site.” Read the rest of this post on the original site »
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U.S. Removes China’s Taobao From Piracy List
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