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Hong Kong Copying and Distribution Offence Targets Business End-users

Issued: September 01 2010
Hong Kong’s copying and distribution offence targets business end-users who frequently make for distribution copies of books, newspapers, magazines or periodicals. Kenny Wong and Alan CW Chiu examine the offence, and who may be liable.

 

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