Hong Kong Security Law: Why Tech Platforms Are Ignoring Hong Kong Data Requests

Facebook, Google, Zoom, LinkedIn, and Twitter have announced they will be temporarily blocking user data requests from Hong Kong after the passing of a new wide-reaching national security law in Beijing. Alex discusses what this means for tech and business relations between Hong Kong and the outside world as well as the substantial impact this could have on Hong Kong moving forward.

This is an excerpt from episode 101 of Winner Take All. Watch the full episode here: youtu.be/F0RnVzifUns

Originally Aired: 07/06/20

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