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The debate over Public Lending Right first started in the early days when public libraries became popular. The Centre’s weekly analysis looks into the two leading concepts of Public Lending Right adopted by different places, and examines how Hong Kong could safeguard the rights of copyright owners and public lenders. It also ponders whether it is necessary and feasible to extend the scope of Hong Kong’s Copyright Ordinance.
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.