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From Article-in-itself to Incomplete Article October 14, 2007

Posted by oiwan in Freedom of Speech, In-Media, Press freedom.
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Got a new letter from OAT and wrote a citizen report at inmediahk.net.

In brief, the good news is, OAT agreed to defer my case until the Chinese University Student Press and Ming Pao have gone through the judicial review. If they win (succeed in challenging the procedure), it will favor my case.

An amusing news is: the article that TELA submitted to OAT is proved to be an incomplete article. According to the TELA notice in June, “the feature article downloaded from internet” on “hyperlink censorship” has been classified as “indecent”, however, in this latest round of communication, the OAT has attached the “article” submitted by TELA to the OAT in June (see the picture). It is shown that in the “article”, almost one third of the text were cut, and the website’s logo, banner, the comment section of the “article” are missing.

I wonder how the OAT can make a fair judgment with this distorted and incomplete article.

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