Hong Kong’s Netizens Protest Internet Bill
This article was posted on Monday, 18:22, UTC.
Hong Kong citizens protested along Hong Kong Streets on Wednesday night of this week, and plan to do so until the new year. Until then, they plan on informing the Hong Kong citizenry about a bill they say will infringe upon internet freedoms. A rally outside Hong Kong’s Legislative Council featured a banner reading, “Fight for the freedom of the next generation.” According to the LA Times, several hundred turned out in opposition to a copyright bill with implications for freedom expression. Opponents say the bill could send them to jail for merely sending a link. Proponents believe the bill…
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