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SEGA WINS COPYRIGHT DISPUTE WITH SHENZHEN SHENCHU

Tuesday 30 August 1994 | 00:00 CET | News
Shenzhen Shenchu Electronic Equipment Factory (China), electronics company, has been ordered to stop production and sales of video games machines and programmes which are considered to infringe copyrights held by Sega Enterprises (Japan). Shenzhen Shenchu has also been fined Yuan30k and been told to deliver all games cards which are in breach of the copyright to the National Copyright Administration. Some 15 out of the 20 games marketed by Shenzhen Shenchu were found to be identical to Sega games. The ruling has been welcomed by Sega, which may as a result consider establishing marketing

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