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Regulation for re-creation should not be rigorous: legal advisor

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Hong Kong, Apr. 24-- Have you ever thought that you will be put in jail if you re-create some registered logos, posters, songs, etc. on the Internet? Do you know that you may also need to bear criminal liability if you share these recreations on social media such as Facebook and Twitter? (very nice opening)


Cindy Chan Sin Yan


The Hong Kong government is going to enact a regulation forbidding re-creations online. It is regarded as a rigorous law to strengthen monitoring on Internet users.


"It is not good for the legislative system if the regulation is so strict," said Geordie Toh, a legal advisor of a network company, during his speech to the general assembly of Shue Yan University.


Toh thinks that it is reasonable for the registered productions' owners to protect their interest(plural) and copy right(plural). However, he believes re-creations are acceptable if they are just for sharing and do not consist (with-switch preposition) (any interest-can say profit-making). "I will not support the enactment if the regulation is so rigorous," he said.


Although the regulation would affect many Internet users, there are rare responses from the society. More discussions may be needed.

Good writing, the opening is eye-catching, keep up the good proof-reading.



Edited Version:

Hong Kong, Apr. 24-- Have you ever thought that you will be put in jail if you re-create some registered logos, posters, songs, etc. on the Internet? Do you know that you may also need to bear criminal liability if you share these recreations on social media such as Facebook and Twitter?


Cindy Chan Sin Yan


The Hong Kong government is going to enact a regulation forbidding re-creations online. It is regarded as a rigorous law to strengthen monitoring on Internet users.


"It is not good for the legislative system if the regulation is so strict," said Geordie Toh, a legal advisor of a network company, during his speech to the general assembly of Shue Yan University.


Toh thinks that it is reasonable for the registered productions' owners to protect their interests and copy rights. However, he believes re-creations are acceptable if they are just for sharing and do not consist of profit-making. "I will not support the enactment if the regulation is so rigorous," he said.


Although the regulation would affect many Internet users, there are rare responses from the society. More discussions may be needed.

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