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105168 Online Speech Matters

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(Your report lacks the keyword "interactive" because that is the characteristic of online social media and government might feel out the public's reaction by sieving through the feedback and comments. Not only that Robinson has to embrace the feedback on social media, be them good or bad, he also has to let them stand because he is not authorized to delete the comments. A fact that demonstrates the US government's commitment to freedom of speech.)

Online Speech Matters

2nd April, 2013

by Raymond Hui (Hui Kun Lam)

Spokesman of U.S. Consulate General Hong Kong and Macau said governments should beware of speeches online.

Scott Robinson, spokesman of U.S. Consulate General Hong Kong and Macau said that, government not only beware of social movements carried out from social media platform, but even normal meetings and discussions of public on the Internet. Robinson said that, in real life, some online speeches may related to the perception of the U.S. government, or responses to U.S.’s policy, and social platform is an convenient platform to gather people’s opinion.

Scott Robinson also said that, social media is similar to “neighbor’s free puppy”, apparently it is free for the “little puppy” itself, but need costs to feed and take care of it. Robinson said that generally government cannot control the message like practices in traditional media. He said government should relax to the development of the message and discussion, also be active in monitoring and be responsive. He added that whether is America or other countries, there are rooms of improvement in using social media.


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