15 February 2018

Hong Kong gov’t lagging behind in surveillance laws and routine disclosure, HKU researchers say

14 February 2018

New laws needed to cover content removal requests in Hong Kong, say transparency advocates

14 February 2018

AFP hosts talk on evolving ethical concerns for journalists today

By Tang Ziyi The Journalism & Media Studies Centre (JMSC) held a talk titled “Why media ethics matter in the era of fake news” at the University of Hong Kong last Wednesday. Two senior members […]
9 February 2018

HK Transparency Report publishes latest findings

The HK Transparency Report published the findings of its survey of cyberspace surveillance in five jurisdictions on 9 February. The research seeks to shed light on solutions for Hong Kong to improve the current surveillance law and […]
7 February 2018

Hong Kong court overturns protest leaders’ prison sentences

6 February 2018

“Women Make Docs” symposium

Nancy Tong and Ruby Yang were joined on stage on 6 February by renowned cinematographer Kirsten Johnson and editor Mary Stephen at the “Women Make Docs” symposium where they shared their experiences of making films in […]
5 February 2018

Journalism denied: How China views facts, fairness, transparency and objectivity in reporting

5 February 2018

Why China and Hong Kong must heed America’s immigration debate