Tiktok daily news, March 29th, "ktiktok board daily" reporter learned that the trembling voice Tencent unfair competition case ushered in the latest progress, according to the Fuzhou court of civil ruling, the voice has been withdrawn. Tencent had previously proposed to the court that the jurisdiction of the case should belong to the court where the agreement was signed in accordance with the wechat and QQ developer agreement. According to the subject matter of the case, the court decided to transfer the case to Shenzhen intermediate people's court for trial. (reporter Chen Mo)
Tiktok v. Tencent case: Tencent application for transfer to Shenzhen trial
In March 5th, the Tencent challenged the Beijing intellectual property court to apply for the transfer of the jitter tiktok monopoly to Shenzhen intermediate court. A month ago, the Beijing intellectual property court formally accepted the tiktok v. Tencent monopoly dispute. This is the first domestic antitrust lawsuit between Internet platforms.
According to public reports, in 2019, tiktok filed a lawsuit against Tencent in the case of unfair competition in Fuzhou intermediate people's court. Tencent also applied for jurisdiction objection, and requested the case in Shenzhen intermediate court. In the first instance, Fuzhou intermediate people's court supported Tencent's claim and agreed to submit the case to Shenzhen intermediate people's court for trial.
Photo: Tencent applied to Beijing Intellectual Property Court to transfer the monopoly dispute case to Shenzhen intermediate people's court for trial
Tiktok filed a complaint against the court in February this year to prosecute the abuse of dominant market position and constitute a monopoly by Tencent. It requires the defendant to remove the restrictions that tiktok can not directly share and directly open on WeChat and QQ platforms. On February 7, the Beijing Intellectual Property Court officially filed a case. A month later, Tencent applied to the court for a jurisdictional objection, holding that no matter how the cause of the case is determined, even if it is a monopoly dispute, it can not deny the fact that the case belongs to a dispute over property rights and interests. According to the developer agreement of wechat open platform and QQ Internet platform, the case should be under the jurisdiction of Shenzhen intermediate people's court.
The court accepted the trembling voice and Tencent tiktok case, the first case of Internet platform antitrust.
For this, the response is tiktok.
At present, the country is constantly strengthening the anti-monopoly and anti unfair competition law enforcement. We also hope that this lawsuit will help to clarify how platform economy regulates competition and improve anti-monopoly and anti unfair competition regulations. We are optimistic about the possible protracted litigation, because we are optimistic about justice and time, both of which are monopolies like Tencent that can never monopolize.
February 2, 2021
Trembling voice tiktok Tencent monopoly: please stop the ban! Compensation 90 million
In February 2, 2021, tiktok filed a petition with the Beijing intellectual property court to prosecute Tencent monopoly.
Tencent responds to trembling charges: byte beating malicious tiktok will sue the other party for infringing the law.
In February 2, 2021, tiktok filed a petition with the Beijing intellectual property court to prosecute Tencent monopoly. Tiktok said that the relevant materials on the trembling prosecution were not received at present.
Tencent said its products follow the concept of fair competition and open cooperation to provide services for users and third-party products. The company's related accusations are totally untrue and malicious. Bytes of tiktok, including the jitter, get the WeChat users' personal information illegally and violate platform rules through various unfair competition methods, have been stopped by the court for many prohibitions. There are still many violations of the platform ecology and the rights and interests of users in China and other related companies. Tencent said it would continue to file a lawsuit.