Hong Kong national security law: leading internet service provider admits blocking protest website at authorities’ request

A leading telecoms company has become the first internet service provider to admit blocking one of the most popular websites devoted to the anti-government movement in Hong Kong because it may violate the national security law.Hong Kong Broadband Netwo…

A leading telecoms company has become the first internet service provider to admit blocking one of the most popular websites devoted to the anti-government movement in Hong Kong because it may violate the national security law.Hong Kong Broadband Network (HKBN) revealed on Thursday it had complied with an official request to disable customers’ access to HKChronicles, which contained information, articles, photos and videos related to the social unrest that erupted in 2019, along with personal…

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