28 January 2014

JMSC Professor Calls for More Transparency in Hong Kong Courts

The Hong Kong courts’ practice of limiting public access to court documents undermines open justice and journalists’ ability to accurately report on court cases, Associate Professor Doreen Weisenhaus recently told the South China Morning Post.
5 January 2014

JMSC Suggestions Cited by Government in Report on Copyright Law Reform

A JMSC position paper urging increased legal protection for creators of parodies and similar literary or artistic expression was repeatedly cited by the Hong Kong government in its report on a recently concluded public consultation on copyright law reform.
18 November 2013

JMSC Submits Position Paper on Hong Kong Copyright Law Amendments

The Journalism and Media Studies Centre has submitted a position paper to the Hong Kong government for its draft Copyright (Amendment) Bill. Authored by Professor Peter Yu, a leading expert in international intellectual property and […]