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Illegal exposure of Cecilia Cheung’s third son’s birth certificate, 4 reporters fined 100,000 in total

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Illegal exposure of Cecilia Cheung’s third son’s birth certificate, 4 reporters fined 100,000 in total

2021-06-18 08:27:33 Source: Netease Entertainment Author:

  Netease Entertainment reported on June 18 Recently, Cecilia Cheung sued Hong Kong media for alleged infringement of privacy, and the case of exposing the birth certificate of the third son “little prince” has been finalized. According to Hong Kong media reports, the four persons suspected of exposing Cecilia Cheung’s third son violated the “Privacy Ordinance.” The case was brought to interrogation again on June 15 and the information of the four defendants was released. It is reported that one of the entertainment reporters and editors violated the regulations to inquire and disclose the birth certificate of Cecilia Cheung’s son and was fined 40,000 yuan each. Among them, Yuji has self-signed 2,000 yuan (equivalent to about 1649.2 yuan) of conservative behavior for 12 months to withdraw the charge. According to reports, the case was fined a total of 120,000 yuan (equivalent to about 100,000 yuan).

Earlier, in order to expose Cecilia Cheung’s third child’s father, an entertainment reporter disclosed the child’s birth certificate to the public, referring to the three sons as Zhang Licheng (Marcus), followed by the mother Cecilia Cheung’s surname Zhang, and the father did not include the name in the column.

This result disappointed the entertainment reporters and did not find any clues about the child’s biological father. The most tragic thing is that they still have to bear the consequences because they are suspected of breaking the law.

After the incident, Cecilia Cheung not only strongly condemned the relevant media, but also lodged a complaint with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, which transferred it to the police after investigation.

According to the report, after the police investigated, it was discovered that the reporter was suspected of illegally obtaining information on the birth certificate of another person, and immediately took action to return Cecilia Cheung to justice.

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