Category: Research

  • Yahong elected to be Executive Committee member of ATRIP

    11/09/2019

    Yahong was elected to be member of ATRIP Executive Committee of the Association, which is the most prestigious IP association in the world. This post also includes accomplishments of Ms. Deng Zhaoxia, a PhD student supervised by Yahong.

  • Music Copyright Society of China Has Legal Right and Standing to Bring Lawsuit in Its Own Name

    Yahong Li’s book chapter in Liu, Kung-Chung (Eds.), Annotated Leading Copyright Cases in Major Asian Jurisdictions. City University of Hong Kong Press, 2019, p. 98-110.

  • Reminiscing About the Golden Age: An Analysis of Efforts to Revive the Hong Kong Film Industry Through the Lens of Copyright Protection

    10/09/2019

    Yahong Li’s book chapter in Liu, Kung-Chung, Racherla, Uday (Eds.), Innovation, Economic Development, and Intellectual Property in India and China. Springer, 2019, p. 145-172.

  • Copyrightability of Remixes and Creation of Remix Rights

    04/07/2019

    Yahong Li’s book chapter in Susy Frankel (ed.), Is Intellectual Property Pluralism Functional? ATRIP Intellectual Property Series. Edward Elgar, 2019, p. 288 – 309.

  • A Network Theory of Patentability

    05/06/2019

    Ryan Whalen & Pedraza-Farina, LG, University of Chicago Law Review, vol. 87, 2019.

  • Copyright Law as an Engine of Public Interest Protection

    26/04/2019

    Haochen Sun, Northwestern Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property, 2018.

  • Identity Construction of Suspects in Telecom and Internet Fraud Discourse: From a Sociosemiotic Perspective

    Ning Ye, Le Cheng & Yun Zhao, Social Semiotics, March 2019.

  • Online Privacy Protection

    12/04/2019

    Zhao Yun’s book chapter in Zhao, Y & Ng, M (Eds.), Chinese Legal Reform and the Global Legal Order: Adoption and Adaptation.
    Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. 156-178, 2018.

  • Doxing: What Adolescents Look for and Their Intentions

    07/03/2019

    Anne Cheung et. al., International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, January 2019.

  • Taking users’ rights seriously: proposed UGC solutions for spurring creativity in the Internet age

    01/01/2019

    Yahong Li, Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property, February 2019, Volume 9, Issue 1

  • Statement of Public Interest Principles for Copyright Protection under the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)

    27/12/2018

    Haochen Sun, Associate Professor of Law and Director, Law and Technology Centre, The University of Hong Kong.

  • Doxing Victimization and Emotional Problems among Secondary School Students in Hong Kong

    19/12/2018

    Anne Cheung et. al., International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, November 2018.

  • Legal and Policy Aspects of Space Cooperation in the BRICS Region

    03/10/2018

    Zhao Yun’s book chapter in Rostam J. Neuwirth, Alexandr Svetlicinii, Denis De Castro Halis (eds), The BRICS-Lawyers’ Guide to Global Cooperation (Cambridge University Press, 2017), Ch 14, pp. 309 – 332.

  • Emerging Approaches in Development Efforts: Chinese Perspective on Space and Sustainable Development

    Zhao Yun’s article in Al-Ekabi, Cenan, Ferretti, Stefano (eds.), Yearbook on Space Policy 2016. Space for Sustainable Development (Springer, 2018), Ch 15, pp. 265 – 280.

  • Moving Beyond Consent For Citizen Science in Big Data Health and Medical Research

    18/09/2018

    Anne Cheung, Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property, Summer 2018, Volume 16, Issue 1

  • The biographical core of law: privacy, personhood, and the bounds of obligation

    Marcelo Thompson in Daniel Matthews & Scott Veitch (eds), Law, Obligation, Community (Routledge, June 2018), Chapter 9, 34 pages.

  • China: Concurring Regulation of Cross-border Genomic Data Sharing for Statist Control and Individual Protection

    Co-authors: Dr. Yongxi Clement Chen & Lingqiao Song
    Published online, 16 July 2018

  • Statement of Call by Creative Commons Hong Kong

    20/08/2018

    The First HK Chapter meeting will take place on Oct 25 (Thursday) at 12:30pm in HKU. All Hong Kong-based CC members are invited to join the meeting.

  • Building a Robust Trademark Fair Use Mechanism in China

    07/08/2018

    Research project funded by General Research Fund (GRF), PI: Haochen Sun.

  • Anti-Monopoly Law Enforcement in China

    Research project funded by General Research Fund (GRF), PI: Thomas Cheng.