25 Jan '11, 1am

Verycd download website faces shutdown: BEIJING - MANY Chinese netizens began complaining on Monday after discov...

BEIJING - MANY Chinese netizens began complaining on Monday after discovering free download links for their favourite music were suddenly no longer available on a popular online site. Verycd.com, a leading Chinese website offering free movie and music downloads - most deemed unauthorised - on Saturday removed all of its music download links and posted a note saying the move was done 'to meet copyright owners' requests'. Though some cartoons and films for online viewing were still displayed, the website will probably face a suspension as of the end of January since it has not acquired authorisation from the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT), according to China News Service. Huang Yimeng, the website's founder and general manager, on Saturday said in his micro blog that he 'has known this day would come', which raised concerns the website would face ...

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