September 15, 2021
The Downfall of Hong Kong’s Privacy Law
By Charles Mok
Instead of protecting citizens’ privacy, Hong Kong’s latest privacy law amendment is all about anti-doxxing. How did we get here?
September 07, 2021
Ahead of Hong Kong Elections, Companies Must Act to Protect Digital Rights
By Angeli Datt and Isabel Linzer
The private sector may be forced to choose between enabling and resisting state repression.
March 02, 2021
The ‘China Model’ Is Expanding in Hong Kong
By Angeli Datt
There are new signs of Hong Kong’s internet, legal, and press systems following in Beijing’s footsteps.
January 15, 2021
Hong Kong Begins Internet Restrictions on National Security Grounds
By Jessie Lau
The first blocking of a website has raised concerns that the Great Firewall might be coming to Hong Kong.
June 14, 2015
Hong Kong’s Activist Social Media Culture Under Threat
By Jennifer Zhang
Activists claim that authorities are using an ambiguous ordinance in a selective crackdown on free speech.