Hong Kong government aborted a plan to toughen copyright law last year amid fears that it might harm free speech by criminalising online political parody and satire. Photo: AFP Hong Kong government aborted a plan to toughen copyright law last year amid fears that it might harm free speech by criminalising online political parody and satire. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong government aborted a plan to toughen copyright law last year amid fears that it might harm free speech by criminalising online political parody and satire. Photo: AFP

Public consultation should balance copyright and right to parody

Hong Kong government aborted a plan to toughen copyright law last year amid fears that it might harm free speech by criminalising online political parody and satire. Photo: AFP Hong Kong government aborted a plan to toughen copyright law last year amid fears that it might harm free speech by criminalising online political parody and satire. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong government aborted a plan to toughen copyright law last year amid fears that it might harm free speech by criminalising online political parody and satire. Photo: AFP
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