On May 16th, the official public number of the vibrato released the "Description of the recommended tweeting user to update the avatar / nickname." In the description, Wangyin said that Tencent has submitted an application to Tianjin Binhai New Area Court. It believes that users who log in to chatter through the WeChat/QQ open platform, their user avatars/nicknames and other data are Tencent’s business activities and commercial competition. Core resources.
The Binhai New Area Court issued a ban on litigation accordingly.According to the ban, if the relevant users do not update the avatar/nickname as soon as possible, they will not be able to use the vibrato to log in and flash, and other functions and services of the vibrato will be limited.
Although we do not agree with Tencent’s claims, we must enforce the court ban. Therefore, it is recommended to register with WeChat/QQ, and users with the same avatar and WeChat/QQ update the avatar/nickname as soon as possible.. Other vibrato users are not affected.
Additional explanations are as follows:
1. Tencent clearly stated in the application submitted to the court that the user avatar and nickname of WeChat/QQ are the core resources of Tencent's commercial competition, and accordingly apply for the ban.
2. The People's Court of Binhai New Area of Tianjin recognized the claim of Tencent. It is considered that “user information such as avatars and nicknames has become a commercial resource that can bring competitive advantages to them”.
3. We believe that the user's avatar and nickname should belong to the user. In the case of explicit authorization by the user, "vibrato", "multi-flash" can use the user's avatar and nickname.
4. Tencent's ban was jointly filed by Shenzhen Tencent Computer Systems Co., Ltd., Tencent Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. and Tencent Digital (Tianjin) Co., Ltd. We believe that Tencent Digital (Tianjin) Co., Ltd. is not the actual operator of WeChat/QQ. The joint operation instructions issued by Tencent are solely for the purpose of applying for a ban in Tianjin.
5. The court did not adopt the opinion of vibrato, and still issued a ban. According to the ban, the relevant users will not be able to use the vibrato to log in and flash, and some of the functions of the vibrato will not be available. In addition, Tencent also said that it will retain other claims based on user avatars/nicknames.
This means that users who use the WeChat/QQ open platform to log in to the vibrato will not be able to use some of the functions of the vibrato because they do not update their avatars and nicknames in the future.
6. The ban on litigation is only an interim ruling made by Tencent before the judgment of the court. It has not been comprehensively factual and legally examined. It is not the final judgment of the case. The case is still in the process of trial.