Explained: What China security law means for Hong Kong and the global Internet

Karishma Mehrotra reports:

Days after China passed a national security law giving it wide-ranging powers over Hong Kong, major technology companies have suspended their responses to Hong Kong government requests, saying they will first reassess the law’s new controls. Much of Hong Kong’s future identity and the global Internet hinges on what the technology companies decide to do next in the region.

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