Could those who take reasonable steps to protect their computers fall afoul of the national security law for Hong Kong? Photo: Reuters Could those who take reasonable steps to protect their computers fall afoul of the national security law for Hong Kong? Photo: Reuters
Could those who take reasonable steps to protect their computers fall afoul of the national security law for Hong Kong? Photo: Reuters

Letters | Where does Hong Kong’s national security law leave information security?

  • With police allowed to intercept communications, it is unclear how IT consultants should handle spyware found on client’s computers, or how the law applies to researchers outside Hong Kong who publish findings related to malicious software

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Could those who take reasonable steps to protect their computers fall afoul of the national security law for Hong Kong? Photo: Reuters Could those who take reasonable steps to protect their computers fall afoul of the national security law for Hong Kong? Photo: Reuters
Could those who take reasonable steps to protect their computers fall afoul of the national security law for Hong Kong? Photo: Reuters
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