HKSAR v. Chan Nai-Ming (The BitTorrent Case)

Title: Big Crook in Little China: The Ramifications of the Hong Kong BitTorrent Case on the Criminal Test of Prejudicial Effect

Topic: Examines the implications of HKSAR v. Chan Nai-Ming, the first case in the world where criminal sanctions have been applied to a user of BitTorrent, in light of UK law

Written: February 2007 

Status: Working Paper – Accepted for publication, due Q2 2007

Download: Full Document

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