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And there goes Huawei out of the UK. Its presence in the UK was oft used by H to prove its trustworthiness. Much talk about security in this, but it's hard not to think the HK Nat Sec law and other recent Chinese truculence didn't have an impact https://t.co/2wAAqTr1pd
And there's v little room for tech firms to negotiate w China & keep operating in HK. After China blocked @telegram in 2015, founder Pavel Durov said there's no point negotiating bc "the Chinese govt's desire for total control over its population is incompatible w our values."
China says this Uyghur family is free. @EmilyZFeng tries to interview them for @NPR, and instead witnesses Chinese minders push the mother away from the door and force her to read a prepared statement saying her life is great. https://t.co/BeHEC04Dlv
Editing history: Just as demand for political books was surging in Hong Kong after a year of protests, Hong Kong’s once unbridled and prolific independent publishers are now censoring themselves in the face of the new law https://t.co/lNOHYMKbRp via @sarah_wu_ @ZXuhan https://t.co/Y8KkXVDypz
RTHK’s “Hong Kong Connection” programme checked security footage on July 21 last year and found a suspected police officer - apparently holding a warrant card - was present when people in white shirts gathered with weapons, before the men attacked people at Yuen Long MTR station https://t.co/v9Z0sDZAQK
VIDEO: China calls Hong Kong opposition primary a 'serious provocation'. Beijing has described a primary by Hong Kong's pro-democracy parties as a "serious provocation", warning that some campaigning may have breached a new security law recently imposed on the city https://t.co/fz7Eesm5ES
#UPDATE China says primary by Hong Kong pro-democracy parties is "serious provocation", warns some campaigning may have breached tough new security law. More than 600,000 Hong Kongers turned out to choose candidates for upcoming elections https://t.co/8jdbsvYbWM https://t.co/hCXObiGKQm
The NBA makes BILLIONS of dollars in #China. No wonder it's afraid to stand up to the #CCP and fight for the millions of people being persecuted in #HongKong right now — because it's deep in the CCP's pocketbook. The NBA should side with freedom, not oppression! #FreeHongKong https://t.co/ANqehQZR0Q
"The National Security Law is a powerful tool for Beijing in Hong Kong. The law gives lots of room for Beijing to operate - should it so choose. Therefore law’s implementation must be followed closely." Minister Pekka @Haavisto at today's Foreign Affairs Council. #FAC https://t.co/HD42YUjTpM
"It’s good to be here today, after a four month break. The topics today are extremely important. We will discuss Turkey and Latin America, as well as Hong Kong, which is particularly important." Minister Pekka @Haavisto in Brussels today at the Foreign Affairs Council. #FAC https://t.co/qXJZMo91IO