The office in Tsuen Wan of LeSports HK, the subsidiary of LeTV that abruptly shut down in March 2018. Internet TV services are not regulated under the Broadcasting Ordinance, and it leaves their employees vulnerable. Photo: Felix Wong
The office in Tsuen Wan of LeSports HK, the subsidiary of LeTV that abruptly shut down in March 2018. Internet TV services are not regulated under the Broadcasting Ordinance, and it leaves their employees vulnerable. Photo: Felix Wong
Hong Kong

Letters | Hong Kong must regulate streaming platforms and protect employees

  • The lack of government oversight has infused the domain with an aura of the ‘wild wild west’, and fostered unhealthy labour practices
  • The Hong Kong government should be more vigilant in monitoring internet TV, with a view towards protecting employees’ rights

The office in Tsuen Wan of LeSports HK, the subsidiary of LeTV that abruptly shut down in March 2018. Internet TV services are not regulated under the Broadcasting Ordinance, and it leaves their employees vulnerable. Photo: Felix Wong
The office in Tsuen Wan of LeSports HK, the subsidiary of LeTV that abruptly shut down in March 2018. Internet TV services are not regulated under the Broadcasting Ordinance, and it leaves their employees vulnerable. Photo: Felix Wong
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