Hong Kong Transparency Report has set up a database tracking the judicial proceedings of online speech related arrests in Hong Kong. The database' sources include the judiciary library, government announcements and mainstream media reports. As the majority of the cases were heard at the Magistrates' Courts, official legal documents are not publicly available.
At least seven Internet companies have published transparency reports disclosing the number of user data requests they received from law enforcement agencies in Hong Kong, shedding light on the otherwise secretive user data sharing practice between the two.
The following was released by the Hong Kong Government on 6 February, 2013. It has been formatted into a spreadsheet based upon a structure outlined by the Open Net Initiative Government Request Schema.