China is now known for its often divergent judgments about blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies, the decision to use the blockchain to combat the crime of plagiarism is revolutionary.
In 2018, the Beijing government banned ICOs (Initial Coin Offering), and subsequently took steps to close the exchange platforms.
Do you know that China has a market attributable to Bitcoin equal to 74% of the world total?
Hangzhou, a city between history and progress
The city of Hangzou is located in the eastern part of China. Only in the urban area there are almost over 4 million inhabitants. It is becoming one of the most industrialized and cutting edge cities in the world.
In the city that was one of the seven capitals of China, there are 15 Universities with 8 polytechnics, it is a center of development for the textile, information technology and technology sectors.
Rich in history and amazing landscapes, it is also home to Alibaba.com, one of the most important e-commerce sites in the world.
Blockchain, fight against plagiarism and piracy
According to many experts, the future of the fight against internet piracy, and copyright protection in all its forms, will be entrusted to the blockchain.
Many are waiting for a blockchain application that will be a register of intellectual property, inviolable and impenetrable.
The blockchain technology would allow you to protect your files and contents, like never before.
This technology could make it almost impossible to exchange media in an illicit manner.
Hangzhou’s tribunal and the fight against the crime of plagiarism for the writers on the web
The online tribunal created by the city of Hangzou will use the blockchain technology to fight the crime if plagiarism affects online writers.
You must know that Hangzou is home to more than a hundred famous web writers
There is, in fact, a real village of writers in the Binjiang district.
Over the last few years, the writers of the city had to fight many cases of plagiarism and piracy. That damaged their own literary works and web contents.
It’s in fact very hard to demonstrate the paternity of a text or of a multimedia content for the web writers, and for the web content writers.
Usually, who writes on the internet uses simple screenshots as proof of intellectual property, an easily falsifiable method.
A sector study of plagiarism of web content has shown that legal fees incurred by writers are often unsustainable.
According to the court of Hangzhou, it would be almost impossible to change or counterfeit the evidence of paternity of a registered content on a blockchain.
The ability to trace a web content to its author on the web, according to the judge of the Chinese court, Wang Jiangquao, makes the blockchain technology the solution to the problem of plagiarism.
That case which involved a company in Shenzhen, has made China recognize the validity of the blockchain to combat the crime of plagiarism, even in court cases.
Stolen content activities, in fact, were preemptively uploaded to Bitcoin’s blockchain.
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