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Suppression of Hong Kong's local press has increased in the wake of 2019's huge and often violent democracy protests
"Everything happening in Hong Kong is a warning to the world, showing the speed at which totalitarianism can destroy a free and open society"
More than 100 titles are believed to have disappeared from Hong Kong's network of public libraries since July 1, 2020
In June, authorities announced all films would now be scrutinized for "national security" breaches
China imposed a sweeping national security law on Hong Kong last year in response to huge and often violent democracy protests
Police confirmed they have arrested three men and a woman for "not providing information" according to the national security law
If passed, the amended law will "consider whether the exhibition of a film would be contrary to the interests of national security"
This year's anniversary is particularly sensitive as it coincides with events to mark the centenary of the Chinese Communist Party
The Hong Kong government says use of the internet will not be affected so long as its use is within the law