Hong Kong’s anonymous tip line for reporting national security law violations racked up 10,000 messages in its first week. Photo: Shutterstock Hong Kong’s anonymous tip line for reporting national security law violations racked up 10,000 messages in its first week. Photo: Shutterstock
Hong Kong’s anonymous tip line for reporting national security law violations racked up 10,000 messages in its first week. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong’s controversial national security law tip line gets 10,000 messages in first week of operation

  • By 8am on Thursday, the multi-platform project had gathered the equivalent of 1,400 pieces of information a day for the force’s new national security unit
  • While some messages were repeated, others were constructive, a government source said, adding it was still too early to draw conclusions about volume

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Hong Kong’s anonymous tip line for reporting national security law violations racked up 10,000 messages in its first week. Photo: Shutterstock Hong Kong’s anonymous tip line for reporting national security law violations racked up 10,000 messages in its first week. Photo: Shutterstock
Hong Kong’s anonymous tip line for reporting national security law violations racked up 10,000 messages in its first week. Photo: Shutterstock
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