A few weeks ago, Bohn's company, Satel, released a copy of Liu Leyan's MV " CHINA " , which was changed to " TAIWAN ". Later, the original composer issued a statement, hoping to stop the infringement without compensation, but requesting that the illegal profits be donated to public welfare organizations . Parody is a difficult topic. There are several different types. In the past, there were very few judicial practice cases, and no clear standard has been developed. It is impossible to discuss it clearly in a short article. The provisions of the Act are discussed initially. What is a parody? Parody refers to changing the way another person's writings are written to achieve a witty,
satirical, or comedic effect. Born's MV "TAIWAN" is a modification of Liu Leyan's MV "CHINA". It has certain similarities in terms of music and influence presentation. The purpose should also be to achieve humor and satire, which is a mockery. Copyright and property rights Copyright in my country contains two connotations, personality rights and property Pricing rights. Personality rights are exclusive to the author and cannot be assigned or inherited; property rights can be authorized or assigned to others. In Born's case, the copyright personality rights involved in the "TAIWAN" MV include: the right of name identification, and the right to maintain the identity of the person who is prohibited from doing bad work to damage the reputation.
Intentionally infringing on the personality rights and property rights of a copyright has corresponding criminal and civil liability for damages. In the "Copyright Law", in principle, criminal responsibility belongs to the crime of accusation, and the premise is that the informant files an accusation. Fair use of copyright property rights Article 65, Item 1 of the Copyright Law stipulates that the fair use of a work does not constitute an infringement of copyright property rights; as to whethe