Thursday, November 11, 2010

Other Supreme Courts Around The World

The United States Supreme Court is always in the news, it seems. Sometimes, though, it is interesting to see what other Supreme Courts of the world are doing.

For instance, this news story mentions that the Supreme Court of South Korea recently upheld an appellate court decision that sentenced a defendant to a two-years’ suspended sentence for possessing instrumental music with song titles that praise neighboring enemy North Korea. Prosecutors charged the defendant with violating South Korea's National Security Act, which prohibits anyone from disseminating materials that promote North Korea.

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

1 comment:

Nick Raymon said...

I like the approach you took with this topic. It is not every day that you find a subject so to the point and enlightening.
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