Smartphones running apps such as Telegram have offered protesters a way to communicate with each other that was not as prevalent under 2014’s umbrella movement. Photo: Edmond So

From Facebook and Twitter to Telegram, WhatsApp and Signal: how protest technology has evolved since Occupy Central

  • Encrypted messenger apps used by protesters to organise themselves, share intelligence and avoid police detection
  • But police arrest a Telegram group administrator on suspicion of conspiracy to commit public nuisance
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Smartphones running apps such as Telegram have offered protesters a way to communicate with each other that was not as prevalent under 2014’s umbrella movement. Photo: Edmond So
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