Users in Hong Kong have been unable HKChronicles, according to the website’s editor. Photo: Nathan Tsui
Users in Hong Kong have been unable HKChronicles, according to the website’s editor. Photo: Nathan Tsui

Hong Kong police use national security law for first time to block access to website recording anti-government protests, officers’ details

  • Sources say the force has started asking internet providers to halt access to HKChronicles citing Article 43 of the law and its implementation rules
  • Chief editor Naomi Chan says HKChronicles began receiving reports from users they had not been able to access the site since Wednesday evening

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Users in Hong Kong have been unable HKChronicles, according to the website’s editor. Photo: Nathan Tsui
Users in Hong Kong have been unable HKChronicles, according to the website’s editor. Photo: Nathan Tsui
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