Leading publisher of Mandarin audiobooks TrueLake Holdings Limited announced it had filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Ximalaya, an Internet audio platform in China, purported to have over 400 million registered users.

The lawsuit, filled in Beijing, states that TrueLake has data from Ximalaya’s website which shows unauthorized copies of”The Da Vinci Code” have been downloaded or accessed by its users over 1.7 million times.

TrueLake has also been collecting evidence of alleged copyright infringement of its other titles on the Ximalaya website and on other websites.

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