Jul 07, 2020 · Google, Facebook Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Twitter Inc. won’t process user data requests from the Hong Kong government amid concerns that a new security law could criminalize protests.
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Jul 07, 2020 · Facebook, Google and Twitter suspended processing government requests for user data in Hong Kong, on Monday (July 6). The moves come in response to China's establishment of a sweeping new national security law for Hong Kong. And in an illustration of worries about the law, short-form video app TikTok announced -- it would be pulling out of the Hong Kong market. Facebook, which also owns Be prepared for fast paced Mahjong action, incorporating traditional Hong Kong rules with many options to customise your playing experience, including: * In Game Help system including suggestions * Minimum and Maximum level setting * Flowers and Seasons tiles option * Resume mode * Traditional, English, Black, Ivory and more Tiles available * Advanced Hands such as Knitted Thread and Beijing Jul 07, 2020 · Hong Kong: Facebook Inc., Google and Twitter Inc. — all of which are blocked in the mainland — are now headed toward a showdown with China that could end up making Hong Kong feel more like Beijing. Hours after Hong Kong announced sweeping new powers to police the internet on Monday night, those
Jul 07, 2020 · Google, Facebook and Twitter all operate openly in Hong Kong like they do in America but that could be about to change because of China’s new national security law. These companies and several others have all said they won’t accept data requests from China for people in Hong Kong, effectively refusing to become part of the communist party
Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, Google, and Telegram have all said they are “pausing” co-operation with requests for user information from the Hong Kong police. Several countries have criticised China for imposing a new security law, which they say threatens the territory’s long-standing autonomy.