- GaryLv 76 年前最愛解答
1. No - However, the copyright is still protected through international treaties.
Hong Kong is a signatory "country" for most international copyright treaties (In most international arenas, Hong Kong is usually considered as an independent member apart from the U.K. (before 1997) and China (after 1997)).
2. It depends. In most instances, when a work is published, the publisher usually requires creators to forfeit the copyright before the publication. For example, a song does not belong to the singer, but the record company. In this case, it depends on if you have forfeit your right as the copyright owner.
If you did forfeit your right, the publisher is the one having standing to sue. Otherwise, you have.
- AnonymousLv 66 年前
no,but still present by inernational treaties!!!!!:(:(:(
- pei kunLv 76 年前