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The Hong Kong Free Press reports critics are speaking out against Hong Kong's government allowing law enforcement to seize communications and personal data under a recently enacted national security law. The legislation empowers police to conduct warrantless searches on suspects tied to foreign intelligence matters. Digital rights activist Johnson Yeung said the provisions increase the obligations of service providers and work to "assist the authority to infringement rights to privacy of citizens in Hong Kong."
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