Singapore Press Holdings sues TRS couple for copyright infringement

Singapore Press Holdings sues TRS couple for copyright infringement
Couple charged in court, Yang Kaiheng, 26, and his girlfriend Ai Takagi, 22, allegedly published seditious articles on sociopolitical website The Real Singapore (TRS) between October 2013 and March this year, which promoted ill will and hostility between different classes of the Singapore population.

Court papers for a copyright infringement suit initiated by Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) were served on the couple behind sociopolitical website The Real Singapore (TRS) outside the State Courts on Monday.

SPH claims in the writ of summons that either Yang or Takagi or both have infringed its copyright in SPH content by reproducing and/or substantially reproducing SPH articles, and/or authorising their reproduction without the licence and authorisation of the company.


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