HONG KONG (Reuters) – Hong Kong’s opposition camp said on Sunday that over 600,000 citizens in the Chinese-ruled city cast ballots over the weekend in primaries it cast as a symbolic protest vote against tough national security laws imposed by Beijing.
Chinese law may require companies to disclose cyber-security preparations outside China
Companies with Chinese operations may have to disclose information about the security of their networks in other countries under China’s draft data security law
Hong Kong to allow warrantless searches, takedown notices under new law
Police Raids Against Free Speech in Hong Kong Have Already Begun
The offices of Public Opinion Research Institute were raided after it published a poll showing 60 percent of residents no longer believe Hong Kong is a free city.