On April 12, British billiards legend Stephen Hendley wrote angrily in the social media about visual China and said he would sue the other side for violating his right to portrait: you dont face, but dont make money with my face. I want to sue @Visual China Image.
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Qiao Bing, the general manager of his brokerage company, also commented on the following: Old Henry is thoroughly annoyed! Send a lawyers letter asking Joe to pay the copyright fee with a picture of Henry at the Chinese Billiards International Masters Competition. Speaking of visual China, its also a wonderful work. Send us a lawyers letter saying that Joes company has unauthorized use of photos of Masters Competition, Henry and Joe Bing. I went there, you are really hooligans. Have you ever notified me that you sold so many of our photos for money? Down! Wait for prosecution!
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