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China’s copyright law amendment criticised as an ‘abusive use of power’ that weakens IP protection

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The provision within Article 4 of China’s copyright law, which covers literary, artistic, as well as scientific works such as computer programmes, is intended to prevent copyright owners from hindering “normal distribution of works” and “harming the public interest”. Photo: Reuters

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The provision within Article 4 of China’s copyright law, which covers literary, artistic, as well as scientific works such as computer programmes, is intended to prevent copyright owners from hindering “normal distribution of works” and “harming the public interest”. Photo: Reuters

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