Hong Kong: Internet Censorship

Ah yeah from inmediahk.net interviewed Charles Mok on Hong Kong government's policy in Internet Censorship (zh). In the past, the government would consult with the ISP on their policy, however, recently they choose to set up some court case for their new policy without consensus. The change of attitude may related to the monopoly of Internet business by several big corporations, which don't really care about Internet freedom of speech when compared with earlier entrepreneurs.

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