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On Thursday's Backchat, privacy laws. A video featuring celebrities Andy Hui and Jacqueline Wong filmed kissing inside a taxi has sparked a range of responses. Many companies, and even government agencies, have released adverts slyly alluding to the incident, and Andy Hui's tearful press conference. But its still not clear if anyone has broken the law - the taxi driver who filmed the couple, and then reportedly sold it to Apple Daily? The newspaper for posting the video online? Are such cameras allowed in any case? Should there be guidelines on filming inside taxis? Are the memes just a little cheeky, or bad taste exploitation of a marital crisis? After 9.20, how to restore Notre Dame in Paris.
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18/04/2019 - 8:30- 9:20 Privacy Laws in Hong Kong
18/04/2019 - 9:20- 9:30 Restoration of Notre Dame in Paris
On Tuesday's Backchat, Xinjiang.Turkey has condemned China's treatment of its Muslim ethnic Uighur people as "a great embarrassment for humanity," adding to rights groups' recent criticism over mass detentions of the minority, and claims that people were forced to break Halal. China has insisted the authorities were "preventing terrorism through vocational training". What is the reality? Is there mass detention and abuse? After 9.20 vandalism on our rails.
12/02/2019 - 8:30- 9:20 Xinjiang – Re-education camps for Uighurs
Patrick Poon, China Researcher, Amnesty International East Asia Regional Office
Kevin Carrico, Senior Lecturer in Chinese Studies, Monash University in Sydney
Michael Clarke, Associate Professor, National Security College, Australian National University
Rian Thum, Associate Professor, Department of History, Loyola University New Orleans
12/02/2019 - 9:20-9:30 Vandalism on the rail