‘Cyberattack’ Threatens Online Vote On Hong Kong Reforms, Organizer Says
An organizer said on Tuesday, a cyberattack on a voting website threatens to derail an unofficial referendum on democratic reform in Hong Kong, seen as a gauge of the desire for change in the former British colony that reverted to Chinese rule in 1997. The referendum is seen as an important test for pro-democracy activists who believe the public in freewheeling Hong Kong are dissatisfied with the pace of political reform promised by Communist Party leaders in Beijing.
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