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No privacy in the 21st century

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No privacy in the 21st century

Li James Tuesday ,2 April,2012

In the past few years, many celebrities suffered a lot from the paparazzi. The improvement of technology encourages the photo-taking of paparazzi. ”The government needs to refine the law towards the aspect of privacy,” said Stephen Quinn, the Digital Development Editor of South China Morning Post.

Recently, the Hong Kong Performing Artistes Guild point(s-past) out that the privacy of celebrities is seriously encroached by the paparazzi. Stephen pointed out that there is “no privacy in the 21st century” as the technology is too powerful. He urges the government to have (article) revision on the law. “We have limited privacy now as you don’t know you are being captured by the cameras,” said Stephen.

Moreover, Stephen also emphasized the importance of ethics. He stated the education of ethics can help the journalists to maintain their(s) moral standard towards repoting.--095090 2012年4月4日 (三) 00:19 (UTC)

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In the past few years, many celebrities suffered a lot from the paparazzi. The improvement of technology encourages the photo-taking of paparazzi. ”The government needs to refine the law towards the aspect of privacy,” said Stephen Quinn, the Digital Development Editor of South China Morning Post.

Recently, the Hong Kong Performing Artistes Guild pointed out that the privacy of celebrities is seriously encroached by the paparazzi. Stephen pointed out that there is “no privacy in the 21st century” as the technology is too powerful. He urges the government to have a revision on the law. “We have limited privacy now as you don’t know you are being captured by the cameras,” said Stephen.

Moreover, Stephen also emphasized the importance of ethics. He stated the education of ethics can help the journalists to maintain their(s) moral standard towards repoting.

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