parodyIntellectual property. A transformative use of a well-known work for purposes of satirizing, ridiculing, critiquing, or commenting on the original work, as opposed to merely alluding to the original to draw attention to the later work.
? In constitutional law, a parody is protected as free speech. In copyright law, a work must meet the definition of a parody and be a fair use of the copyrighted material, or else it may constitute infringement. [Cases: Copyrights and Intellectual Property 53.2. C.J.S. Copyrights and Intellectual Property ¡ì¡ì 45¨C46, 48¨C50.]
What is the legal equivalent of the term parody in Chinese?