RTHK The Pulse - Internet Copyright Law vs Freedom of Speech
Internet social networks, blogs, and forums have led a communications revolution.
They've also given new life to grassroots political activism and commentary. Individuals can now broadcast views and opinion to dozens, hundreds, or thousands of others. People can also share, and they often share videos, photos or hyperlinks with friends. But under Hong Kong's proposed Copyright (Amendment) Bill 2011, if what you share is copyrighted, you may be a criminal.
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