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The Information Services reviews the restriction on coverage of government events by online media

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By Eunice Ng, 14th February, 2017

Director of Information Services Joe Wong Chi-cho said they are reviewing a ban on online media in covering official press conferences and events.

He said they would try to relax the restriction but noted that it was not easy to find a solution due to limited space at venues and the difficulty of identifying online media.

Some journalists from online media have repeatedly denied from covering events and press conferences held by government departments.

Speaking at SYU today, Wong said: “We understand that with the rapid development of information technology, almost everyone can set up a media platform by smartphones. There is no universal or clear definition of online media.

"Limitation of space at venues is a problem,” he added.

He said the Government would make use of the Internet to enhance communication by, for instance, uploading press releases onto their websites.

The Ombudsman office has earlier ruled in favour of a complaint by HKJA against a government ban on online media.

Wongsaid they would try their best to loosen the restriction of online media and keep dialogue with the HKJA.

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