HKJA’s Submission on the Review of Public Service Broadcasting

HKJA SUBMISSION ON THE REVIEW OF PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING 1.)            The Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA) notes with concern that the government has set up a review committee to examine the future of public service broadcasting in Hong Kong. In particular it has raised anxiety among staff of the current public

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Law on Search and Seizure Needs Urgent Overhaul

LAW ON SEARCH AND SEIZURE NEEDS URGENT OVERHAUL Free flow of information – as underlined by a free press – is one of the most important pillars of Hong Kong’s success. It is so important thatprotection for press freedom is enshrined in article 27 of the Basic Law.However, provisions in

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