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MUCKRAKERS PROTECT THE PUBLIC, NOT HARM ANYBODY

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26-9-06 23:59 045091 麥穎琦 MAK, WING KEI




Gilbert,Mo Sik Keung, a famous lawyer and Serenade, Woo Lai Wan,the chairladies of Hong Kong Journalism Association give a talk about Law and Privacy to students in Shue Yan College on Tuesday afternoon, invited by the Journalism Department.


In the talk, Mao introduces article 27 and 39 in Basic Law and article 17 in International Human Rights Treaties, which are about Freedom of Press and Privacy, while Woo shares her opinions of being a good journalist.


“Till this moment, stalkerazzi is not a criminal offender, since our law has not defined the meaning of privacy.”says Mao.

“Reporter is human; therefore he or she has to obey the law.”says Woo.“You can challenge the law, but you should know what it is and think carefully whether it is reasonable or not.”


As a muckraker, journalist still needs to disclose the public nuisance.“Don't forget your role! You have to supervise the government and the society. Sometimes, being a stalkerazzi is a must, if it is the only and the best way to struggle against the injustice.” says Woo. In Consideration of the event of Gillian Chung, a famous cantonese pop singer, some journalism workers seems to infringe upon Gillian Chung's privacy right, Woo warns students that,“Don't abuse your power given by the law.You are the gate-keeper; you should judge what should tell and what shouldn't!”

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