HKNet will launch an Internet access card on July 1 that symbolises the freedom of Hong Kong and promotion of free speech on the Net. The HKNet #1 Internet Access Card carries a Blue Ribbon theme, named after the global campaign for uncensored information on the Net. The access card also represents support for the Sino-British Joint Declaration clause that states the Special Administrative Region will have 50 years of unchanged policies. 'We feel that this is a particularly meaningful project for us to undertake at this moment,' HKNet general manager Charles Mok said. 'By supporting this [Blue Ribbon] movement . . . we are also supporting the government of the SAR to remain unchanged for 50 years,' he said. Only 3,000 #1 Internet Access Cards have been produced. Priced at $238, the numbered cards entitle the holder to 50 hours of PNETS-inclusive Internet access time between July 1 and December 31, 1997.