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China Link Alleged to Cyberattack as Hong Kong Tensions Grow


Hong Kong police carry out crowd control drills at a local police college in Hong Kong on June 25, 2014 ahead of planned July 1 protests. Continue reading

Hong Kong Democracy Poll Hit by Cyberattack

Security Firm Says Attack Is Large and Sophisticated; Site Remains Online in City

By PAUL MOZUR in Beijing and CHESTER YUNG in Hong Kong CONNECT

Updated June 20, 2014 7:45 a.m. ET

The website of a poll gauging Hong Kong residents’ opinions on elections was repeatedly hit by severe cyberattacks on its opening day, according to organizers and a firm seeking to protect the poll from such attacks. Continue reading

Hong Kong Media Tycoon Blames China For Attack on Website


Policemen patrol past a a billboard promoting an unofficial referendum calling for full democracy and universal suffrage in Hong Kong, Continue reading