Title Republic of Korea: 1. Please provide information about intellectual property law in South Korea. 2. Does Korean defamation law allow for individuals to be charged with defaming public officials or organisations? 3. Would reports of police misconduct be acted on by authorities? 4. Are there reports about corrupt associations between law firms and police, prosecutors and judges in Korea? 5. Deleted. 6. Are there any reports of police using the NSL to target individuals who have been critical of them? 7. Is there any evidence of discrimination in the community of people suspected of having communist sympathies?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 23 November 2010
Country Republic of Korea
Topics Corruption | Freedom of expression | Freedom of information | Freedom of speech | Persecution based on political opinion | Police | Security situation
Citation / Document Symbol KOR37760
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Republic of Korea: 1. Please provide information about intellectual property law in South Korea. 2. Does Korean defamation law allow for individuals to be charged with defaming public officials or organisations? 3. Would reports of police misconduct be acted on by authorities? 4. Are there reports about corrupt associations between law firms and police, prosecutors and judges in Korea? 5. Deleted. 6. Are there any reports of police using the NSL to target individuals who have been critical of them? 7. Is there any evidence of discrimination in the community of people suspected of having communist sympathies?, 23 November 2010, KOR37760, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4e5223dc2.html [accessed 23 July 2014]
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