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Last week, Cai Yuling, the editor and director of Radio Television Hong Kong, was arrested for a book search. Just now, another citizen who revealed that the sheriff's private car was stalking Huang Zhifeng was arrested through a book search. Later, there were rumors that the government intends to further tighten the conditions for journalists to access vehicle registers [1] . In other words, in the future, journalists will conduct investigative reports, or civil organizations will have to confirm data for research, which will be difficult and will also face legal risks. It is worth noting that, in addition to tightening up the number plate search, the government requires all departments to review the photo background removing arrangements for each register search, such as land, company, building plans, marriage registers, etc. Among them, the marriage registration register has already been fired in advance: the Immigration Department's "misnamed" law has been changed, and an attempt has been made to deny reporters access to the marriage registration status of a high-ranking official [2] . Hearing this "avoidance of bottoming" arrangement, the happiest people may be the high-ranking officials. Because in the past 10 years alone, there have been too many incidents in which officials were found to be suspected of violating the law due to the search. This research selects the following news related to top officials, all of which were first revealed or confirmed by media searches: 124792312_3578734318889282_5400694338431 Image provided by author Unauthorized construction: Tang Yingnian, Leung Chun-ying, Zheng Ruohua, Yang Zuci In 2012, Ming Pao revealed through a review of the building plans that the then Chief Secretary for Administration, Tang Yingnian, had a large-scale unauthorized construction of his mansion. Afterwards, Tang Yingnian lost support due to the scandal and was finally elected as the chief executive. Also in 2012, Leung Chun-ying, who benefited from the "Tang Palace Storm", was elected as the chief executive. Before taking office, Ming Pao also checked the building plans and revealed that Leung Chun-ying's hilltop mansion had unauthorized structures. Leung Chun-ying once claimed to have "
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