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Hong Kong Protesters Unperturbed by Cyber Attacks

As Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement endures into a second week, an increasing body of evidence suggests Hong Kong and Chinese authorities are turning to data mining to try to thwart the young campaigners.  At the entrance to Hong Kong’s Admiralty metro station, in the heart of the business district, a spot now nicknamed “Charging Corner” is where eight activists form an orderly queue, each one clutching a mobile telephone.  Some of these campaigners have been on the streets...

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