A JMSC position paper urging increased legal protection for creators of parodies and similar literary or artistic expression was repeatedly cited by the Hong Kong government in its report on a recently concluded public consultation on copyright law reform.
Joi Ito, the director of the MIT Media Lab, leading web entrepreneur and Chairman of Creative Commons, will give a talk hosted by the JMSC. Date: Monday, November 28. Time: 5 pm. Venue: Graduate House, HKU.
In the age of the Amazon Kindle, the Barnes & Noble Nook and the Apple iPad, the landscape of information acquisition, access and distribution is quickly changing, but one thing has not changed in the […]
Professor Ying Chan, the Director of the JMSC, will speak at a Knowledge Exchange about the Creative Commons License on Wednesday January 12, 2011. Creative Commons (CC) is an international system of intellectual property rights […]