One Country, Two Internets may have died along with One Country, Two Systems in the Hong Kong National Security Law. The new law makes it clear that the Internet as we knew it in Hong Kong no longer exists but rather is now moving towards something much closer to what is behind the Great Firewall, though without the blocking of foreign websites, so far.
Really appreciated the extra analysis/commentary today.
> Which foreign Internet CEO wants to make a similar apology?
Bill, given that Facebook, Google, and Twitter currently do not operate in the PRC (and most likely will never gain a strong foothold there), do you see any reason why a foreign CEO would need to apologize for leaving HK? Zhang Yiming may need to walk the tightrope, but I don't think Zuckerberg or Sundar need to.
If anything, wouldn't the Party prefer to extend the protectionist policies (that have benefited companies operating the mainland) to HK?