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

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Jul 07, 2020 · US tech companies Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Zoom and Twitter have said that they would temporarily stop processing requests for Hong Kong authorities on user data, while ByteDance’s TikTok

U.S. officials granted Google permission to turn on a high-speed internet link to Taiwan but not to the Chinese territory of Hong Kong, citing national-security concerns in a ruling that

Jul 07, 2020 · Facebook, Google, and Twitter will block Hong Kong’s authorities from accessing user data, after sweeping new security laws stifling political dissent were announced on 1 July. The tech giants said on Monday that they were still assessing the laws, which threatens jail terms against companies that do not comply.

Apple and Google both removed apps associated with Hong Kong’s antigovernment protests from their digital stores in recent days, thrusting the two Silicon Valley giants into controversy related Oct 15, 2019 · Google employees have set off a fiery company-wide debate in recent days by posting messages of solidarity with Hong Kong protesters in mailing lists and message boards visible to Google’s