Intellectual property in China

Intellectual property in China

Alarm in US over China’s recruitment of scientists
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has deployed counter-intelligence agents in all 56 US field offices and centralized efforts to thwart China’s aggressive theft of strategic secrets and its recruitment of American scientists, according to Senate testimony on Tuesday. Field offices are command posts spread across American cities that are used to carry out local and regional operations.  “Technology is the key to military and economic power,” John Brown, assistant director of the FBI’s counter-intelligence division, told the US Senate’s Homeland Security and Government Affairs Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. “Time and again the Communist Party has shown that it will do whatever is
Alarm in US over China’s recruitment of scientists
Samsung announces collab with Supreme. One problem: it’s a fake brand
Any marketing person worth their salt knows it’s not a product launch without a surprise or two. So when Samsung launched its new Galaxy A8s smartphone in Beijing on Monday, it thought it had a real win: a crossover sure to bring in that coveted 18-35 demographic.   The tech giant had announced a collaboration with none other than streetwear brand Supreme. But it didn’t take long for fans to discover that the partnership was not with the New York skateboard brand – but with a company that makes counterfeit Supreme gear. Meet the CEOs Towards the end of the launch event, Samsung China’s head of digital marketing Feng En invited two men on stage. He introduced them as the CEOs of Supreme. Th
Samsung announces collab with Supreme. One problem: it’s a fake brand