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Law must not be too tight, said Geordie Toh

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Law must not be too tight, said Geordie Toh

                                                Fred Pui 
                                                24-4-2012


The new copy right regulation concerning derivative works has triggered lots of noise within the public(s). If the new regulation (reflexive verb missing) passed (x) the legislative council, derivative works will be(come) (art) criminal offence. Geordie Toh, the Legal Advisor of global technology company said the main point of the regulation should be the key words in it.

“If we abuse derivative works to get personal interests, it is not fair to the original author. The main point is the key words in the regulation, we should (reflexive verb) concern(past tense ending) (more-move in front of refl.verb) (on-about) the key words,” said Geordie Toh.

However, this modified copy right regulation said sharing or changing original works will offen(ce) criminal law. But Geordie Toh said it is not good to tighten the law, “it is unhealthy to set law too tight, we should not support this kind of regulations.”

The Chief Executive election few months ago gave rise to derivatives works on three candidates, some of the works were very creative. “Such as the Harry Potter Poster talking about Henry Tong’s underground room, it was very creative. However, some using revolution posters and playing on deaths are not good, we should not encourage this kind of derivative wor(ds-or works?),” said Geordie Toh.
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