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Every coin has two sides and so does the Mojo

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Every coin has two sides and so does the Mojo


Mar 3, 2012

By Xavi Cheung

“Privacy right is the biggest issue need to be concerned in the 21st century when Mojo has been widely adopted,” said Stephen Quinn, digital development editor of South China Morning Post.



Nowadays, more and more journalists become a Mojo (Mobile Journalist). It is a new kind of journalism that reporter can do the reporting just by using smartphone with Internet access. 
“As the size of mobile phone is small, journalists can take photos or videos even people do not know. For example, at a coffee shop, I am sitting opposite of you. You deem that I was reading book but actually I am taking photos of you,” said Quinn.



Quinn took the example of Bosco Wong Chung-chak, an artist who was photographed walking naked in his home reflects the privacy right should be treated seriously.



Because of that, Quinn thought that education is very important for being a professional journalist. He said that when everybody can upload firsthand news on Internet by using their mobile phones, ethical and accurate reporting is essential for journalists. He believes that the advanced technology can help journalists to make a faster and better story.


--095030 2012年4月4日 (三) 22:50 (UTC)

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