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David Schlesinger : Gradual opening up of the Mainland News

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David Schlesinger : Gradual opening up of the Mainland News


Many Hong Kong people have been concerned about freedom of speech in the Mainland. David Schlesinge, Chairman of Thomson Reuters said that freedom of speech in China is getting better, but it still very careful to report the news.


David Schlesinger believes that the freedom of the press in the Mainland has been gradually opening up, can now be discussed through microblogging, is a case in point. He said that every moment of it (freedom of expression) is in progress ". Compared to the past, the " June 4 incident" refers to was a complete blockage era of the spread of freedom, the Government has the strict regulation on the contents of the speech. The reporters only report all the news according to official news.


David said that as the new generation are mainly comes from Hong Kong or the United States, China's media atmosphere has been gradually changed, thus a gradual increase in freedom of the press. However, David Schlesinger still insisted that they must be careful to do the China News reporting. For examples, absolutely assure of the facts, protect their sources. David said he would not avoid the sensitive subject matter, and even said there had also been the experience the Chinese authorities for questioning.


Apart from the tradition media, microblogging become one of the most popular media of information exchange. David Schlesinger said there were 50 million Internet users in China, of which 20 million use microblogging. the number is even more than the entire population of the European Union. Although the speech of microblogging is also limited, but he said the development of microblogging in China is already a big step forward.


Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch's News of the World, previously get exclusive news by wiretapping celebrities through the telephone. It is concerned about the issue of journalistic ethics. David Schlesinger said that the media did not eaves dropping excuse and he regards this case as a "disgrace" of the news industry. He said that over 3,000 employees working in Thomson Reuters understand the significance of the work and the ethics of the news, and its staff will never violate the journalism ethnics.
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