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How Hong Kong Protesters Evade Surveillance With Tech | WSJ – Wall Street Journal

How Hong Kong Protesters Evade Surveillance With Tech | WSJ – Wall Street Journal

Protesters in Hong Kong fear they are being monitored by the local government and potentially by China, a country at the cutting edge of mass surveillance. So demonstrators have developed hacks to avoid arrest and hide their digital tracks. Photo composite: Sharon Shi More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.comVisit the WSJ Video …

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Hong Kong protesters form human chain as government offers concessions – NBCNews.com

Hong Kong protesters form human chain as government offers concessions – NBCNews.com

Hundreds of protesters formed torch-lit human chains in the mountains of Hong Kong on Friday, the latest in what have now been months of demonstrations gripping the semi-autonomous region. Armed with lanterns, mobile phones and torches, the activists climbed Lion Rock and Victoria Peak, two hills above the city. Friday marks the Mid-Autumn Festival, a …

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Editorial: Hong Kong protesters have won the battle – to avoid a war, they must scale back – The Independent

Editorial: Hong Kong protesters have won the battle – to avoid a war, they must scale back – The Independent

When coups happen, the rebels usually try to secure the airport. So the Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters who seized control of Hong Kong international airport had certainly made their point to the authorities – that mass protest is capable of paralysing this major hub, and that they can go further in their passionate defence of …

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