TVB news reporter Acacia Tsui and a cameraman are pushed out of the protest zone in Admiralty, last June. Photo: Antony Dickson TVB news reporter Acacia Tsui and a cameraman are pushed out of the protest zone in Admiralty, last June. Photo: Antony Dickson
TVB news reporter Acacia Tsui and a cameraman are pushed out of the protest zone in Admiralty, last June. Photo: Antony Dickson
Jason Wordie
Opinion

Opinion

Then & Now by Jason Wordie

The trouble with fake news – and fake ‘fake news’ – the dissemination of doubt

  • A short history of the city’s troubled relationship with the truth, which has become more troubling in recent months
  • When the general public loses faith in those that govern, ‘fake news’ takes on a malevolent life of its own

TVB news reporter Acacia Tsui and a cameraman are pushed out of the protest zone in Admiralty, last June. Photo: Antony Dickson TVB news reporter Acacia Tsui and a cameraman are pushed out of the protest zone in Admiralty, last June. Photo: Antony Dickson
TVB news reporter Acacia Tsui and a cameraman are pushed out of the protest zone in Admiralty, last June. Photo: Antony Dickson
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