Analysts say the security law gives authorities unfettered power, raising concerns over online privacy. Photo: ShutterstockAnalysts say the security law gives authorities unfettered power, raising concerns over online privacy. Photo: Shutterstock
Analysts say the security law gives authorities unfettered power, raising concerns over online privacy. Photo: Shutterstock

National security law: Hong Kong internet firms ‘will have to comply’ with police requests

  • Analysts say newly adopted law gives authorities unfettered power, raising concerns over online privacy
  • ‘Now the law has given police the power to ask the companies for assistance, we will just have to do it … there is no resisting this’

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Analysts say the security law gives authorities unfettered power, raising concerns over online privacy. Photo: ShutterstockAnalysts say the security law gives authorities unfettered power, raising concerns over online privacy. Photo: Shutterstock
Analysts say the security law gives authorities unfettered power, raising concerns over online privacy. Photo: Shutterstock
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