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Mind your words, especially media workers

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Every person has their freedom of speech, however, “media workers need to be aware of what they should say on the Internet,” said Ivan Yau.

Reporter/ Yam Vicky

Social networking platform such as Facebook, Twitter and Weibo are popular for user to show what they have done and what they thought. Ivan Yau, Sino Group Corporate Communications Assistant General Manager, thought that it was alright to express your opinion on the web, however, except reporters. [Why not?]

Yau rarely posted his photos or opinion on Internet, because he thought that the Internet is a public place, the spoken words on the Internet may affect a lot of people. “We should think twice before every word spoken out on the Internet.” But, it was alright if the expressions were spread only among your living circle with little people, and not delivered through airwave.

Yau also thought that, if the opinion has some inaccurate facts and information, it would affect the media image towards the public.

Leung Tin-wai, Head of Journalism and Communication Department of Hong Kong Shue Yan University also agree with Yau’s viewpoint. Leung thought that press should avoid talking about their working unit on the Internet. He would fire the reporter who expresses any opinion about the company they worked on the Internet.

--095035 2012年3月6日 (二) 21:52 (UTC)

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