· July, 2012

Stories about Hong Kong (China) from July, 2012

Transplanting mainland Chinese filter list to Hong Kong?

  19 July 2012

A local newspaper, AM730 [zh] found out that the Hong Kong government free wifi service is filtering away a number of politically sensitive websites. Even though most of the websites have been re-opened upon receiving netizens’ complaint, netizens and human right groups are concerned about the lack of monitor over...

Hong Kong: Activist's home raided for DOS attack allegation

  15 July 2012

On July 13 2012, a group of police officers raided a Hong Kong activist, Yang Yang's (screen name) home and took away his computer, server and cell phone. According to the police, he was under the allegation of Denial of Service (DOS) attack against two government websites earlier last month....

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