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The Media Law Project and the China Media Project jointly launch website on prosecuted Chinese rights lawyer

Two journalism research projects at the University of Hong Kong jointly launched a website on Friday to highlight the prosecution of a prominent Chinese...
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Hong Kong courtrooms now permit tweeting, texting

Originally posted in the South China Morning Post as “Hong Kong courtrooms now permit tweeting, texting”, written by Austin Chiu. Legal and media scholars have...

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,...

JMSC Suggestions Cited by Government in Report on Copyright Law Reform

By Gene Mustain January 5, 2014 A JMSC position paper urging increased legal protection for creators of parodies and similar literary or artistic expression was...
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JMSC Co-Hosts International Conference on Media Law and Policy in the Internet Age

A distinguished group of lawyers, legal experts and officials from around the world met in Hong Kong on October 18 and 19 to examine...
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Welcome to the Media Law Project

The Media Law Project, based at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre, University of Hong Kong, is a unique research and training program for journalists, students, academics, media lawyers and others in the communications industry in Hong Kong, mainland China and the region.

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