February 12, 2015
Published by Benjamin Zhou at February 12, 2015
Hong Kong police's requests to remove users' online information surged in the past four months, according to dataset published by the government yesterday upon IT legislator Charles Mok's request.
January 28, 2015
Published by Benjamin Zhou at January 28, 2015
In a recent story following a previous report on the decline of press freedom in Hong Kong, Freedom House's Freedom On the Net research team quoted Hong Kong Transparency Report's research findings to illustrate the fact that the city's Internet freedom is under threat too.
January 19, 2015
Published by Benjamin Zhou at January 19, 2015
PEN American Center quoted Hong Kong Transparency Report's advocacy for government and corporate accountability in handling user data in its newly released report, highlighting threats to privacy and free expression online.
January 9, 2015
In this South China Morning Post op-ed, Hong Kong Transparency Report's Jennifer Zhang calls for strict guidelines and voluntary disclosure by internet service providers.
January 9, 2015
Global Voices Advocacy quoted Hong Kong Transparency Report's research findings on the problematic government data requests, particularly during the Occupy period, in Netizen Report: China Adds Yet Another Layer of Control to the Internet.
December 19, 2014
Published by Benjamin Zhou at December 19, 2014
Foreign Policy quoted Hong Kong Transparency Report's data to raise the issue of Internet surveillance by law enforcement agencies during the Occupy campaign, especially in terms of the worrying trend of the government's access to online user data without adequate judicial reviews.