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Q: Intellectual Property rights for TV recording

Who owns the rights to video I record in China. Lets say I go to a recording of Happy Camp in Changsha. I record 30 seconds of the hosts on stage doing whatever it is they do, just talking, no artists performing or anything. Can I put that on YouKu freely because I recorded it thus I own the rights to it? 

 

7 years 41 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - China

 
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I think you are the only one in China worrying about video IP rights.  I wouldn't give it a thought and just record whatever you like.  Have you ever watched the government news channels?  They will always blatantly steal video from other sources and simply blur out the logos and other identifying information.

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https://www.scmp.com/news/china/diplomacy/article/2166315/trade-war-why-us-and-china-remain-so-far-apart-intellectual

 

After 20 years, someone is actually writing and doing something about this, better late than never I suppose.

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https://www.yahoo.com/news/china-wields-coronavirus-nationalize-american-135053480.html

 

Another rich fool has his shit stolen by the Chinese, another sucker born everyday, it seems after 30 years of this crap some people would know better.

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