China's IP Office Accused of Using Pirated System
   2013-10-08 12:59:49    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Fu Yu

China's State Intellectual Property Office has been accused of using training materials created from a pirated operating system, after an internet user posted details of a PDF document suggests the author to be "tomato garden", a website known for providing pirated Windows operating systems. [Photo: nandu.com]

China's State Intellectual Property Office has been accused of using training materials created from a pirated operating system, Southern Metropolitan reports.

A verified account on China's microblogging website Weibo posted details of a PDF document which suggests the author to be "tomato garden", a website known for providing pirated Windows operating systems.

The original slideshow was available for download on the State Intellectual Property Office's website but had since been removed.

The State Intellectual Property Office has not commented on the issue.

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