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January 26, 2006
(L-R) Ian Yung, Multimedia Department senior manager of Emperor Entertainment Group, Ariel Fung, managing...
City, China
Ian Yung, Ariel Fung, Ricky Fung, Caroline Chow and Desmond Lee attend news conference in Hong Kong
(L-R) Ian Yung, Multimedia Department senior manager of Emperor Entertainment Group, Ariel Fung, managing director of Sony BMG Music Entertainment Hong Kong Ltd., Ricky Fung, CEO of International Federation of Phonographic Industries (IFPI) Hong Kong Group, Caroline Chow, director of New Media of EMI Music Hong Kong and Desmond Lee, managing director of EMI Music Hong Kong, attend a news conference in Hong Kong January 26, 2006. IFPI Hong Kong Group and record companies in the territory were pleased with a local court's decision for granting the necessary disclosure orders on Thursday which represents the first step of their effort in enforcing the digital rights of the record industry in the territory. Hong Kong has joined 17 countries in the world to fight against online piracy of musical sound/visual recordings by taking legal actions against copyright infringers for illegal music files sharing activity. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
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