[Cc-hk] Some photos of today's workshop
jacklqiu at gmail.com
Mon Nov 26 08:22:17 EST 2007
I'm posting this again since the last one bounced from the cc-hk list..
Thank you, Yahong, and all members of the legal team -- Best of luck for
your important work, and I look forward to seeing your discussion draft
As promised at the workshop, I'm extending invitation from our conference
"Information Technology and Social Responsibility" to all fans of CC-HK.
Please see the conference website at :
Registration is free. You may do it online (preferably) or call Li Na our
conference secretary. Members of this group should be most interested in
Session 3 in the pm of Dec.17 about the digital commons and intellectual
property politics. When leaders of the CC-China Mainland team will present,
and Rebecca will be our discussant. Others including Charles and myself will
If you like, we may even have an informal dinner and exchange session
members of CC-China Mainland, including Wang Chunyan from Renmin U, whom I
just learned was Yahong's former classmate. Again, how small the world is!
And I hope to see everyone at this event.
On Nov 26, 2007 12:46 PM, Li Yahong <yali at hku.hk> wrote:
> A few more words on the legal process... Our two student RAs, Rob and
> Jerry, had worked extremely hard in the past few months. They identified
> all important issues and differences in concepts by carefully studying and
> comparing the standard CC licence, HK copyright law, and licences of several
> jurisdictions such as UK, Australia, US and mainland China. These issues
> and concepts in turn were thoroughly discussed and debated during our team
> meeting last week. we are now working on finalizing the draft. Hopefully
> we will make it available by the end of the year for public comment after
> we get CC international's comments. Alice and I are working closely
> on making sure that the licence is in compliance with HK copyright law and
> the drafting process is right on track.
> Thanks for your patience!
> on behalf of legal team
Jack Linchuan Qiu, Ph.D.
School of Journalism and Communication,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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