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Parody and freedom of expression – who decides what is funny?

Parody and freedom of expression – who decides what is funny?
Theresa Josephine Seipp

Theresa Josephine Seipp

Policy Researcher at Politheor: European Policy Network
Theresa Josephine Seipp holds an LLB in International and European Law and an LLM in International Business Law with focus on Media and IP law.
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When we think of a parody, we think of a creative piece of work that makes us giggle. Since the 16th century the concept of parody is closely related to something that has comical effect. Still today, parodies are mocking a situation at someone’s expense. It is either intended to ridicule a person itself or […]

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