Jan 272013
 January 27, 2013  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S.

Rachel Evans reports:

Hong Kong journalists plan to publish a petition in five local newspapers today calling on the city’s government to drop a proposed law that would limit access to information about company directors.

Signatures of 1,768 reporters, editors, media teachers and students will be carried on the petition protesting plans to make it more difficult for the public to trace company directors’ home addresses and personal identification numbers, Mak Yin-ting, chairwoman of the Hong Kong Journalists Association, said at a press briefing yesterday.

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