Representatives of Hong Kong media organisations attend a press conference on September 24, protesting against new rules restricting who can provide press coverage during demonstrations. Photo: AP Representatives of Hong Kong media organisations attend a press conference on September 24, protesting against new rules restricting who can provide press coverage during demonstrations. Photo: AP
Representatives of Hong Kong media organisations attend a press conference on September 24, protesting against new rules restricting who can provide press coverage during demonstrations. Photo: AP

Press freedom in Hong Kong

Letters | Stop the fearmongering over press freedom in Hong Kong

  • The long-predicted death of the free press has not come to pass. Whistle-blowers in Hong Kong can rest easy that theirs will not be the fate of Edward Snowden or Julian Assange

Topic |   Press freedom in Hong Kong
Representatives of Hong Kong media organisations attend a press conference on September 24, protesting against new rules restricting who can provide press coverage during demonstrations. Photo: AP Representatives of Hong Kong media organisations attend a press conference on September 24, protesting against new rules restricting who can provide press coverage during demonstrations. Photo: AP
Representatives of Hong Kong media organisations attend a press conference on September 24, protesting against new rules restricting who can provide press coverage during demonstrations. Photo: AP
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