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[Nude celebrities on the Internet] (17 Feb 2008)


<p>Today we have Sin Chung-kai (Democratic Party Legislator) and Mervyn Cheung (member of Obscene Articles Tribunal) to talk about the celebrities&#39; nude pictures on the internet. Somebody stole these pictures from a celebrity&#39;s hard drive and uploaded them onto the Internet. Are the pictures obscene? After all those pictures are posted on the magazines or newspapers, the police commissioner said that &quot;Anybody who looked at those pictures or had them in their possession could be guilty.&quot; Are police becomes the judge and the jury? Why they can say that to the public? Why they dealing with this case in such urgency and high-profile way? Are they too over acting? Also how could we deal with the similar case in the past or future?</p>

Publish Date: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008
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