Mr Wong said it was not difficult to trace the source of the distribution of the image, but downloaders of the image should bear no responsibility.
After a while, unknown persons posted the photographs at overseas pornographic websites and published the links at overseas Chinese-language forums.
After all, I got this photograph from another website which has a much bigger circulation than mine and therefore has wrought much more havoc.
You read the above and you only have more questions:
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It is likely that another copy of the photographs was made by someone at this second computer shop.
The lead story in Apple Daily was that Edison Chen had taken his laptop computer to more than one computer shop for repairs.
However, persons over the age of eighteen can still ask librarians for the magazines.
The police had consulted people, including some Obscene Articles Tribunal adjudicators, who "don't understand why [the photograph] is indecent, not obscene", he said.
There are now around photographs out there already.
But if the copies were shared and distributed among friends, then which one of them is the person who posted the photographs on the Internet?
Where does this fit in the campaign against "pornographic and illegal" websites?