A woman reads the last edition of Apple Daily after queuing at midnight to buy the paper. Photo: Felix Wong A woman reads the last edition of Apple Daily after queuing at midnight to buy the paper. Photo: Felix Wong
A woman reads the last edition of Apple Daily after queuing at midnight to buy the paper. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong internet users race to preserve Apple Daily online after newspaper buckles under weight of national security law crackdown

  • City’s IT professionals mobilise 1,300-strong army to upload past articles to servers overseas before they are lost forever
  • Move an act of defiance after week when senior executives at the paper were accused of breaking national security law

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A woman reads the last edition of Apple Daily after queuing at midnight to buy the paper. Photo: Felix Wong A woman reads the last edition of Apple Daily after queuing at midnight to buy the paper. Photo: Felix Wong
A woman reads the last edition of Apple Daily after queuing at midnight to buy the paper. Photo: Felix Wong
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