By: Lai Yen-hsi and Joseph Yeh
Chiu Chui-cheng (邱垂正), deputy head and spokesman of the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC), said the "vaguely defined" clauses of the law could be interpreted broadly.
Chiu said it has thus largely increased the risk of facing possible prosecution as one could break the law without intending to.
Once found to have violated the law, one could be transfered to mainland China to face charges under Chinese laws, regardless of his or her nationality, Chiu said. [FULL STORY]