Media organisation representatives attend a press conference in Hong Kong on September 24 to protest against new rules restricting who can provide press coverage during demonstrations, saying the government has no right to determine who is or isn't a reporter. Photo: AP Media organisation representatives attend a press conference in Hong Kong on September 24 to protest against new rules restricting who can provide press coverage during demonstrations, saying the government has no right to determine who is or isn't a reporter. Photo: AP
Media organisation representatives attend a press conference in Hong Kong on September 24 to protest against new rules restricting who can provide press coverage during demonstrations, saying the government has no right to determine who is or isn't a reporter. Photo: AP
Frank Ching
Opinion

Opinion

Frank Ching

How have Hong Kong’s press freedoms and human rights not been undermined?

  • The official refusal to clarify no-go reporting areas under the national security law and the police redefinition of media under new and expanded powers have sown confusion and exclusion

Media organisation representatives attend a press conference in Hong Kong on September 24 to protest against new rules restricting who can provide press coverage during demonstrations, saying the government has no right to determine who is or isn't a reporter. Photo: AP Media organisation representatives attend a press conference in Hong Kong on September 24 to protest against new rules restricting who can provide press coverage during demonstrations, saying the government has no right to determine who is or isn't a reporter. Photo: AP
Media organisation representatives attend a press conference in Hong Kong on September 24 to protest against new rules restricting who can provide press coverage during demonstrations, saying the government has no right to determine who is or isn't a reporter. Photo: AP
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