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Hong Kong: Leave Blogger Alone

Local newspapers had posted extensive photos of an university student who was killed by an accident last month, Jansen suspected that the photos were downloaded from facebook without permission, he urged the media to respect the dead and leave bloggers alone. Sidekick suggested that bloggers should post a will in the blog to prevent media from stealing their content in case they die in accident.

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  • to tsao
    Mr. Chip Tsao that he is rude and does not have the right to insult such heroes of the Philippines.

    And better write his columns and articles in an ethical way of writing such pieces of works with professionalism and respect and be able to have unbiased and fair journalism writing.

    He may be sued though they deny and use the staement; it was a political satire. But to teach you what really a satire means,, it is only used when there is somebody that was Aggravated. Whenever there is wrong in the society..
    check yourself and reflect on to what you are writing!.

    and check first your grammar! such a carabao english, cannot be understood.
    Be able to reflect!

    kisses for you tsao from k’o’ya

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