Google joins companies in pushing back against Hong Kong’s new security law

Google joins companies in pushing back against Hong Kong’s new security law

Google is the latest company to say it will stop processing Hong Kong government requests for user data. Google joins Facebook and Twitter in pushing back against a new national security law that could quash free speech and dissent in the region. The pushback also represents a rare moment when big American tech companies are contesting China’s tight grip on information in the country.

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Kathy
Kathy 3 weeks

Will it matter to China, though? It'll probably just introduce it's Weibo and people will be bound to use it for lack of any other alternatives.

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