The Wall Street Journal reports Beijing’s harassment of Apple is increasing. In the capital of movie piracy, a state-owned broadcaster is suing the American company for violating its copyright on a 20-year-old propaganda flick. There’s a message here, and it’s not that the Chinese government is suddenly serious about protecting intellectual property. To recap, Chinese regulators shut down Apple’s iBooks and iTunes Movies services in April. In the past few months, Apple also lost a couple of egregious cases in China involving rip-offs of its designs and trademarks. The latest case is telling because if a violation of copyright occurred, Apple was an innocent bystander. The movie, “Bloody Fight With the Fierce Enemy,” was available on an app that connected to Youku, a Chinese Youtube imitator, which is not being sued.