Naver is the first South Korean company known to have made changes to its Hong Kong operations after the new national security law came into effect. Photo: Shutterstock Naver is the first South Korean company known to have made changes to its Hong Kong operations after the new national security law came into effect. Photo: Shutterstock
Naver is the first South Korean company known to have made changes to its Hong Kong operations after the new national security law came into effect. Photo: Shutterstock

National security law: Naver moves data centre from Hong Kong to Singapore

  • South Korea’s largest internet portal made the decision amid concerns Chinese authorities could use the new legislation to access users’ information
  • All the data in its Hong Kong centre was deleted earlier this month, with a company executive saying ‘other technical reasons’ were also involved

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Naver is the first South Korean company known to have made changes to its Hong Kong operations after the new national security law came into effect. Photo: Shutterstock Naver is the first South Korean company known to have made changes to its Hong Kong operations after the new national security law came into effect. Photo: Shutterstock
Naver is the first South Korean company known to have made changes to its Hong Kong operations after the new national security law came into effect. Photo: Shutterstock
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