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Hongkong - Occupy Central and the fight for information freedom

Reporters without borders
As large-scale demonstrations grip Hong Kong, Reporters Without Borders summarizes the state of information freedom in the city. This year is seeing the gravest threats to press freedom since Hong Kong was returned to China in 1997. “One country, two systems” – behind that common description of Hong Kong's status as a “special administrative zone” of China lies a fight for basic freedoms. Freedom of the press and freedom of information are especially threatened. While the Beijing government (...)

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