Dominant mainland messaging app WeChat is one of three ways Hongkongers can submit tips about alleged national security law violations. Photo: Shutterstock Dominant mainland messaging app WeChat is one of three ways Hongkongers can submit tips about alleged national security law violations. Photo: Shutterstock
Dominant mainland messaging app WeChat is one of three ways Hongkongers can submit tips about alleged national security law violations. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong national security law: controversial police hotline receives more than 1,000 tips within hours of going live

  • Residents can send information related to alleged violations of law via SMS, email and WeChat, the mainland’s most influential messaging app
  • Opposition lawmakers have decried the move, saying it will create a chilling effect on political dialogue in the city

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Dominant mainland messaging app WeChat is one of three ways Hongkongers can submit tips about alleged national security law violations. Photo: Shutterstock Dominant mainland messaging app WeChat is one of three ways Hongkongers can submit tips about alleged national security law violations. Photo: Shutterstock
Dominant mainland messaging app WeChat is one of three ways Hongkongers can submit tips about alleged national security law violations. Photo: Shutterstock
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