January 9 news, Alibaba Group and Microsoft signed a memorandum of understanding (Memorandum of Understanding) commitment to Taobao and Tmall to improve Microsoft's intellectual property security.As part of this memorandum of understanding, Alibaba will strengthen the anti-counterfeiting measures at both sites, such as by removing fake or unauthorized Microsoft product lists.
Microsoft has been working hard to crack down on pirated software in China. In 2011, then CEO Steve Ballmer said that the company lost about 95% of its potential revenue due to the lack of strict protection for intellectual property rights. With the new agreement, Alibaba and Microsoft will work together to help consumers identify counterfeit and unauthorized software and inform consumers of the threat posed by counterfeit or unauthorized software: it is easy to reveal personal privacy and data.This will be implemented through various online channels, such as the Alibaba Group's e-commerce platform and online payment tools.
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