Blocking Google? Hong Kong internet providers express concerns over enforcing possible protest song ban

Hong Kong-based internet service providers (ISPs) have expressed fears that the burden of enforcing a potential ban on a protest song sought by the government will fall on them, while legal experts say foreign tech giants such as Google are unlikely to comply with the pending injunction.

Residents in the city could be cut off from Google altogether if providers were obliged to block “Glory to Hong Kong”, an industry group said.

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