- — Sarah Joseph (@profsarahj)Mon, Mar 10 2014 11:41:461/2 The ABC is being criticised for defending the Chaser Kenny Photoshop. There's an implication it should apologise coz it's a public body
- — Sarah Joseph (@profsarahj)Mon, Mar 10 2014 11:42:532/3 disagree. Historically the ABC has pushed boundaries more than other broadcasters. Think JJJ or Doug Anthony Allstars or Aunty Jack
- — Sarah Joseph (@profsarahj)Mon, Mar 10 2014 11:45:024/4 so it is important for society, regardless of funding of defence, to determine legal & even constitutional limits of satire.
- — Jonathan Green (@GreenJ)Mon, Mar 10 2014 11:44:41important that some cases go to court. so that critical principles - the right to take the piss for example - can be argued and reinforced.
Professor supports Chaser v Kenny test case
Monash University human rights law professor Sarah Joseph argues that whether the Chaser is good or funny, a test case to determine the boundaries of satire is desirable.
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