17 June 2014 — The Hong Kong government has introduced the Copyright (Amendment) Bill 2014, its long-awaited legislative proposal for reform, which includes protection for parodies. (This development updates references on pages 228-229, 237-238, 242-245 of the book.)
Full text of the bill and other background information from the Hong Kong government can be found here.
“Revised Copyright Bill Still a Deep Disappointment to Internet Users,” South China Morning Post, Peter Yu, 18 June 2014.
“Spoofs Set for Breaks from Copyright Clamps,” The Standard, 12 June 2014.