Copyright (Amendment) Ordinance 2007 - Anti-circumvention





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Published on Jun 20, 2013


Shopkeeper 1: We haven't done this sort of thing for a long time.
Shopkeeper 2: We don't do this sort of thing.
Customer: I just want you to modify the console so I can play pirated games on it.
Cheung Tat-ming: Not a chance! Making, importing, exporting or dealing in circumvention services such as modified chips, or installing them into game consoles so they can play pirated games are now prohibited under the new anti-circumvention provision of the Copyright (Amendment) Ordinance 2007. People who break the law face civil or criminal action.
Super: Copyright (Amendment) Ordinance 2007
Penalty: Up to $500000 and 4 years' imprisonment
Cheung Tat-ming: See! Don't end up like him!
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Super: Intellectual Property Department
Customs and Excise Department

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