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The Amendment to Copy Right Ordinance Shouldn’t be Too Tight

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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24thApril,2012 By Tang Yee Ting Cherry

The Copy Right Ordinance amendment issue has aroused many controversies these days. The legal consultant of a technology company (name?), Geordie Toh, was invited by Shue Yan University to share his views towards the issue yesterday.

The public generally regarded this amendment is a part of the Article 23 which (was-omit) failed to pass in the Legislative Council in 2002 and targeting on the re-creation pieces. Thus, many creative producers and internet users are concern(ing?) about if their creativity will be restricted by the law.

“The amendment shouldn’t be too harsh or too lenient,”said by Toh.

Toh agrees that there should have some restriction towards the re-creation products. He said the amendment can protect the product owners from being infringed by others through the re-creation process. However, he doesn’t think that the law should be too tight and strict as some of the re-creation pieces are interesting and cause no harm to the public like the re-creation political cartoons of Henry Tang during the former chief executive election.

He also said that the public (are no need) to be too worried about the law as every judgment has to be considered by a lot of factors. Therefore, it is not meaning that every re-creation pieces is violating the law and it (is?) depend(ed).

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