||Title:||Disability Discrimination Ordinance||Gazette Number:||E.R. 1 of 2013|
(1) It is unlawful for a person, by any activity in public, to incite hatred towards, serious contempt for, or severe ridicule of, another person with a disability or members of a class of persons with a disability.
(1A) For the purposes of subsection (1), it is immaterial whether a person is actually incited, by an activity, to-
(a) hatred towards;
another person with a disability or members of a class of persons with a disability. (Added 29 of 2008 s. 99)
(b) serious contempt for; or
(c) severe ridicule of,
(2) Nothing in this section renders unlawful-
(a) a fair report of an activity in public;
(3) In this section and section 47, activity in public (公開活動) includes-
(b) an activity in public that-
(c) an activity in public done reasonably and in good faith, for academic, artistic, scientific or research purposes in the public interest, including discussions about and expositions of any matter.
(i) is a communication or the distribution or dissemination of any matter; and
(ii) consists of a publication which is subject to a defence of absolute privilege in proceedings for defamation; or (Replaced 29 of 2008 s. 99)
(a) any form of communication to the public, including speaking, writing, printing, displaying notices, broadcasting, screening and playing of tapes or other recorded material;
(b) any conduct (not being a form of communication referred to in paragraph (a)) observable by the public, including actions and gestures and the wearing or display of clothing, signs, flags, emblems and insignia;
(c) the distribution or dissemination of any matter to the public.