Hong Kong public broadcaster RTHK does not have the right to freedom of expression, High Court rules

Hong Kong public broadcaster RTHK does not have the right to freedom of expression, according to a court which also found fault in a watchdog’s decision to warn the station about its portrayal of police in a controversial satire.The Communications Authority had found that an episode last year of RTHK’s Headliner about the government’s response to Covid-19 violated its TV Programme Code and cautioned the broadcaster to observe the relevant provisions more closely.Lawyers for RTHK’s Programme…

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