A banner promoting the China’s new national security law for Hong Kong on June 22. (Picture: Sam Tsang/South China Morning Post) A banner promoting the China’s new national security law for Hong Kong on June 22. (Picture: Sam Tsang/South China Morning Post)
A banner promoting the China’s new national security law for Hong Kong on June 22. (Picture: Sam Tsang/South China Morning Post)

Defiance and unease on Hong Kong’s internet as national security law looms

  • Internet users are warning each other to delete social media posts critical of Beijing and the city’s authorities
  • Others vow to take to the streets in protest despite police ban

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A banner promoting the China’s new national security law for Hong Kong on June 22. (Picture: Sam Tsang/South China Morning Post) A banner promoting the China’s new national security law for Hong Kong on June 22. (Picture: Sam Tsang/South China Morning Post)
A banner promoting the China’s new national security law for Hong Kong on June 22. (Picture: Sam Tsang/South China Morning Post)
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