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A person that fails to comply with a copyright licence does not have a licence to use the copyrighted material. The owner of the copyright can take all the normal actions for copyright violation including seeking an injunction to stop the breach and/or suing for damages. Additionally, if the breach constitutes criminal activity, then the state can enforce ...


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The current version of copyright law in the PRC is here. Art. 10 states what is protected, which includes the standard rights of distribution, copying, modification and so on (which makes software cracking illegal). Article 22 gives the equivalent of the Fair Use limitation on copyright protection: a work may be exploited without the permission from, and ...


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They must apply for an extension of the visa: you can read about the UCIS covid-19 response here. The application must be "timely", so this should be done now. Even though the extension will probably be pending for some time, if the application is filed in a timely fashion, which puts off unlawful presence status. Also read about "Special circumstances".


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"As we know non-adults aren't allow to carry weapons" This is not something that we know or an obvious point. It is also not obvious that a knife would qualify as a weapon for these purposes. This would not be true in most jurisdictions in the world. I have no idea what knife control laws look like in China or Taiwan. A reference to why you think that this ...


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China has no power to ban anyone from entering the United States. International law cannot stop China from exercising its power to prevent its citizens from leaving China, whether in the case of a STEM genius bound for the United States or in any other case.


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On some pages in LinkedIn's help center (1, 2, 3), they mentioned about China's regulations regarding real name identity verification. Searching about real name identity verification linkedin returned articles from late April 2018 on technode, LinkedIn has begun to inform Chinese users that they need add their phone numbers for real-name registration. The ...


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China approved new antitrust laws in 2008. There are always variations in the details from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, but China's Anti-Monopoly Law shares the key features of its counterparts in most other major economies. Therefore, in addition to prohibitions on the abuse of monopoly power, and prohibitions on price-fixing, it also requires businesses ...


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Short answer, No. In the United State, all aircraft (even of other countries) may not have gambling devices onboard under title 49 SS 41311 An air carrier or foreign air carrier may not install, transport, or operate, or permit the use of, any gambling device onboard an aircraft In Russia, gambling was banned in almost every part of Russia in 2009 ...


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To the extent that the country's constitution allows the legislature to make a law with extraterritorial scope. (Of course other countries may or may not cooperate with the enforcement of that law.) There might be as many examples of laws intended to have extraterritorial scope as there are countries. A non-exhaustive list in UK law: the Money Laundering, ...


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The report out there is that the (former) policy does not count the number of infants produced, it counts the number of giving births.


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In the US, it depends on why you are doing this, and how you go about performing the operation. There are approved devices and procedures, and there is the other stuff. In an emergency that is life-threatening or threatens severe debilitation, it is permitted for a physician to try an extreme measure – if the state has a "Right to Try" law. Otherwise, a ...


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You are Well, obviously, the scammers are but you aren’t going to catch them so your loss is your loss. You may want to check if any of your insurance policies cover being scammed. It’s common business practice to verify all changes in banking details by telephone (using a known number, not one in an email) precisely to prevent this kind of scam. Sorry you ...


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Chinese citizens have the privilege of free speech The Chinese legal system is from a completely different tradition to the Civil and Common law traditions that trace their roots to Roman and Germanic law. Over the past 1500 years, these systems have gradually been asserting that the sovereign is subject to rather than above the law. Chinese law on the ...


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Patents are territorial - A U.S. patent allows you to try to stop infringers who make, sell, offer for sale, use (all in the U.S.) or import into the U.S. For example, a Chinese or German or Argentine located company can make it and sell it world-wide, except in the U.S. no problem at all. Other patent laws around the world are similar. For a Chinese patent ...


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Foreign firms have long complained that enforcing their intellectual property rights in China is difficult due to local judicial protectionism, challenges in obtaining evidence, small damage awards, and a perceived bias against foreign firms. . . . Local Judicial Protectionism One major complaint levied against China’s IPR regime is that ...


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The general rule is the a national government has sovereign immunity from the claims of everyone for any reason, unless that nation's law expressly permits such lawsuit, and even when such lawsuits are allowed, they are only allowed on the terms and conditions of the government being sued when it waives its sovereign immunity in whole or in part. Beyond the ...


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