Selective Olympic press freedom

Tuesday, July 29, 2008 at 12:13 | Posted in China, Journalism, Press freedom | 2 Comments
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The Chinese officicials have promised press freedom for journalists covering the Beijing Olympics. As this fresh RTHK (Hong Kong) report shows, the freedom of press is being applied very selectively. That is, the more pro Beijing you are, the more freedom you enjoy.

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  1. […] More shameless remarks by Larko My voice in the Web – about anything and everything, sometimes even nothing « Selective Olympic press freedom […]

  2. […] promised that foreign journalists covering the games would have uncensored access to the Internet, I did not believe for a moment that this would actually happen. It was merely a lip service necessary to get their […]


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