There may be rising censorship in Hong Kong, despite the fact that the town’s mini-constitution is meant to guard free expression. In January, Hong Kong Broadband Community confirmed to local media that it blocked HKChronicles, an anti-government web site that exposed officers’ private information, on the request of the police. In June, police requested Wix, an Israeli internet hosting supplier, to take down the 2021 Hong Kong Charter challenge, a web site run by pro-democracy activists. Wix stated it took down the positioning “by mistake” and restored entry shortly after.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/china-tiananmen-hongkong-museum/2021/09/30/6d37d08e-2192-11ec-a8d9-0827a2a4b915_story.html?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wp_world | On-line Tiananmen museum is blocked in Hong Kong as Web curbs widen