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Wading into an ongoing debate about the freedom of the press, a former Hong Kong privacy commissioner has argued that the lack of a system for verifying journalists’ qualifications makes it difficult for the government to release sensitive information to the media.Even though the city’s privacy law provided an exemption for the press, former commissioner Allan Chiang Yam-wang insisted on Saturday that it would be “impractical” for government departments to entertain each and every journalist’s…

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