The Diplomat: What Does Hong Kong’s National Security Law Mean for Tech Companies?

The Diplomat: What Does Hong Kong’s National Security Law Mean for Tech Companies?

In an op-ed for The Diplomat, Access Partnership Senior Policy Manager for Asia & US, Xiaomeng Lu, discusses the implications for privacy, cybersecurity, data and trade issues of the Hong Kong national security law. Read the full story here.

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