Microbloggers in Hong Kong could also fall under the mainland's new rules on internet rumours if Beijing considers their posts 'seriously prejudicial to national interests', legal experts warn. Photo: Graeme Nicol
Microbloggers in Hong Kong could also fall under the mainland's new rules on internet rumours if Beijing considers their posts 'seriously prejudicial to national interests', legal experts warn. Photo: Graeme Nicol

Hong Kong bloggers could be affected by rumour law, experts warn

Legal experts warn that those who use weibo and violate rules could be detained in mainland

Microbloggers in Hong Kong could also fall under the mainland's new rules on internet rumours if Beijing considers their posts 'seriously prejudicial to national interests', legal experts warn. Photo: Graeme Nicol
Microbloggers in Hong Kong could also fall under the mainland's new rules on internet rumours if Beijing considers their posts 'seriously prejudicial to national interests', legal experts warn. Photo: Graeme Nicol
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