Hong Kong government withdraws copyright amendment bill after free speech furore 04 Mar 16
In the face of a sustained filibuster by pan-democratic lawmakers, Hong Kong’s government is set to pull a controversial amendment to the special administrative region’s Copyright Ordinance. Civic Party legislator Claudia Mo tells World Trademark Review that the bill will not be formally withdrawn until Wednesday, but we understand the legislation is effectively dead.
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