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Abstracts of the Chinese Posts at BlawgDog from Dec 3 to Dec 13

Seven Chinese posts have been posted to the Blawgdog from December 3rd to December 13th, 2009. Here are the brief one-sentence abstracts for the English readers’ reference: A broadcast station = A Karaoke Shop?This essay roughly compared the standard of remuneration of using music recordings in the broadcast and TV programs (promulgated by the State […]

Triple Fixation – from Ideas to Tangible Mediums

In the context of digital copyright law: Works (literature, music, painting) are fixed expression of ideas; Intangible mediums (digital files) are fixation of works with certain digital format in specific sequence; Tangible mediums (CD, hard disk, flash storage) are fixation of intangible mediums. This three “fixation” are fundamentally distinct from each other. In my view, […]

They Just had not Noticed the Censorship

Rebecca Mackinnor brought an interesting talk at the Berkman Center on China’s Internet culture. See the video here, and see the notes by Ethan Zuckerman here, and notes by David Weinberger here. In her presentation, Rebecca figures out the Back-Dorm Boys (后舍男孩), Premier Wen Jiabao’s 2-plus hour net chatting, rivercrab(河蟹), “alpaca sheep(草泥马)”, blocked blogs and […]

Neighboring Right Owners’ Rights to Communicate to the Public through Information Networks in China Copyright Law

Neighboring Right Owners’ Rights to Communicate to the Public through Information Networks in China Copyright Law DONG Hao LLB, LLM, PhD Cand., Teaching Fellow in YNU, Member of China Bar Fulltext is published in Journal of Yunnan University – Law Edition, Vol. 20 No. 5 (2007). Abstract: The Copyright Law of People’s Republic of China […]