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Vague gap to define privacy in HK law

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055007 袁禮誼 Grace YUEN, LAI YI

  • Privacy is the controversial topic in Hong Kong journalism these days.
  • To define cases are violating privacy or not, Gilbert, Mo Sik Keung, who
  • spoke in Shue Yan College today on HK laws. He originally was the
  • deputy Law draftsman of the department of justice, attended as a common
  • lawyer to analyse how common law and formal law works nowadays.
  • To make the students understand more on how law cases judgement happen
  • in the reality, he revealed various kinds of cases to show how diffcult to
  • distinguish privacy and the public rights to know.
  • He admitted that there is no legal surveillance on privacy nowadays.
  • As another speaker, Chairlady of Journalists Association Ms. Woo Lai Wan
  • stated that although there was no law to superintend privacy, journalists
  • should stand firm to their role of reporting the truth to the public.
  • ' Journalists are human and citizens, but we are not
  • absolutely right on all of the judgement and reports all the time.' said
  • Ms. Woo undoubtedly. 'We should be clearly recognised our role of
  • showing the benefits of public and let all people to know what they
  • should know.'
  • Both of the speakers concerned about the basic law would affect the
  • freedom of speech. They stated that there still wasn't any affirmative law
  • to protect one's privacy because it involves the moral problem which
  • is quite hard to cope with in a certain extent.
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