Hong Kong: Center Stage for the World’s Digital Privacy Battle
Digital privacy is a hot-button issue in Hong Kong, where tensions between activists and the state have escalated in recent years. As the clear web becomes increasingly monitored and Hong Kong dissenters seek privacy, the Hong Kong dark web community has expanded rapidly. While many use the dark web for communication with political allies, there are dangers waiting to lure these users into illicit cybercriminal activity.
Download this report to learn about:
- Cyber threats emerging from the Hong Kong dark web community
- State-sponsored disinformation and malware campaigns targeting activists and political dissidents
- New communications tactics used by Hong Kongers to avert the gaze of the authorities