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China’s Copyright Law sees biggest amendment in two decades, and omits highly controversial clause

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]A highly controversial clause in an amendment to China’s Copyright Law that would hand regulators great power was significantly played down when lawmakers passed the final version this week.The proposed provision within Article 4, which covers literary and artistic properties, as well as scientific works such as computer programs, was intended to prevent copyright owners from hindering the “normal distribution of works” and “harming the public interest”. This triggered strong opposition from…

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A highly controversial clause in an amendment to China’s Copyright Law that would hand regulators great power was significantly played down when lawmakers passed the final version this week.The proposed provision within Article 4, which covers literary and artistic properties, as well as scientific works such as computer programs, was intended to prevent copyright owners from hindering the “normal distribution of works” and “harming the public interest”. This triggered strong opposition from…

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