Journalists fear what the national security law means for them and their industry, according to a survey. Photo: AFPJournalists fear what the national security law means for them and their industry, according to a survey. Photo: AFP
Journalists fear what the national security law means for them and their industry, according to a survey. Photo: AFP

National security law: Hong Kong Journalists Association survey reveals 98 per cent oppose legislation amid fears over personal safety, self-censorship

  • Overwhelming opposition to the legislation Beijing is tailor-making for Hong Kong among those who responded to HKJA survey
  • Journalists fear their work will fall under the scope of the law, and that the media will exercise self-censorship
Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Journalists fear what the national security law means for them and their industry, according to a survey. Photo: AFPJournalists fear what the national security law means for them and their industry, according to a survey. Photo: AFP
Journalists fear what the national security law means for them and their industry, according to a survey. Photo: AFP
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