Hong Kong Broadband Network has confirmed it has blocked access to HKChronicles because of a police order. HKChronicles becomes the first website blocked under a public security law imposed by the Chinese government. HKChronicles covered pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong last year, documenting police abuse of protesters.
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