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Privacy is Mojo's biggest concern

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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--105063 2012年2月7日 (二) 19:13 (UTC)

As smartphones being so popular these days, mobile journalism has became a new genre of news. But somehow using mobile phone to take pictures or videos may bring damage to privacy.

Stephen Quinn, the digital development editor of South China Morning Post, said apps in smartphones make people not easy to be noticed when someone is trying to take a picture of them.

"You may see me reading a note or using a calculator with my smartphone, but in fact I may be taking picture of you," said Stephen.

Being so hard to detect when someone is trying to take a picture of you, Stephen thinks although it may increase the chance of having some good news photos, at the same time it may bring damage to privacy.

"The law is certainly not enough in coping with the issue now. Privacy is not being well-protected," said Stephen.

Also Stephen suggested that if a citizen journalists got a great photo with his phones and trying to give it to media company, companies should give him rewards.

"You should pay the one who give you the good pictures, otherwise no one else will give you the material later," concluded Stephen.

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