@Reuters
Reuters
8 days ago
Hong Kong is working on ‘fake news’ legislation to tackle ‘misinformation, hatred and lies,’ Chief Executive Carrie Lam said, without giving a timetable, as worries grow over the semi-autonomous city’s media freedoms https://t.co/g3rTntP9K3 https://t.co/FIjtO6WO1O
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@JDMossman
Mossite 💭
8 days ago
@Reuters That’s pretty much every media outlet in the fake news marketplace of HK
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@abdullahkidnyce
Abdullah M D
8 days ago
@Reuters Another baseless excuse for imposing another Draconian law!
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@RyoNarumi1
鳴海 梁
8 days ago
@Reuters Hong Kong politicians have also become stubborn due to the influence of mainland China.😏
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@AfairPrice
cookiecreamlatte
8 days ago
@Reuters ma'am 😼" think again; misinformation, hatred, and lies are your boss' favorite toys to distract the multitudes - don't breach the #castle from the inside
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@MiniMeme_Cat
Mini Meme
8 days ago
@Reuters The press has an unofficial but central role in the constitution. It helps the public understand issues & express public opinion, thereby lead & become a means of checks & balances to the gov. To achieve this function, the press must be independent and free from censorship.
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@AglioVestito
Aglio Vestito
8 days ago
@Reuters 🤣🤣🤣🤣
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@ChoiEnglish
Choi English
8 days ago
@Reuters #CCP_is_terrorist definition of fake news: Misinformation: Something CCP and HKSAR try to deny/hide. Hatred: Discontent to their poor governance. Lies: Anything in contrary to their narratives.
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@lowsalarygirl
Kok Kok 😷
8 days ago
@Reuters Means true news will be deemed illegal and fake news will be everywhere in Hong Kong.
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@SimonintheZoo
Simon
8 days ago
@Reuters A dangerous attempt to tromp freedom of press by an internationally sanctioned criminal #CarrieLam.
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