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广东快乐十分官网投注:Death of Chinese student sparks privacy concerns

By Zhang Xingjian | | Updated: 2019-03-12 10:35
The United Nations flag flies at half-mast in memory of the UN staff members killed in the Ethiopian air crash at the UN headquarters in New York, March 11, 2019. The UN General Assembly and the Security Council on Monday separately observed a minute of silence for the UN staff members who lost their lives in Sunday's air crash in Ethiopia. [Photo/Xinhua]

四川快乐12开奖记录 Chinese internet users continue to pay their condolences to the 157 people who died in the Ethiopian Airlines crash on Sunday.

Eight Chinese people, seven from the mainland and one from Hong Kong, were among the victims.

As news outlets attempted to find personal stories and information about those who lost their lives, a debate on privacy was sparked on Sina Weibo.

The death of one woman from East China's Zhejiang province has intensified the debate.

Within hours of her death the woman's personal information – including her surname, Chen, that she is set to graduate college this year, and that she was traveling to see her boyfriend, a student in the US, to go giraffe-watching in Africa – surfaced in the media, courtesy of "search experts".

Chen's personal Sina Weibo account has been widely shared, and an increasing number of netizens have left comments on her homepage.

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