I think we saw this on June 4 this year, in a memorial vigil that always gets organized in Hong Kong. Leading up to it, one of our former advisory board members, Lee Cheuk-yan, who is also the head of the Hong Kong Alliance right now, was explicitly banned from Zoom, the platform we're on. Zoom issued a statement that the Chinese government asked them to suspend his account because of the meetings he was hosting through Zoom.
I think that is already happening and a lot of the screening already happened before the national security law, but now what is very important is that even though at this point, temporarily, all the major tech companies have said they are not sharing data with Hong Kong police and authorities, that is not a permanent set-up. At some point, do they turn over their data or do they have a way of providing a history of what people have written even in direct public or private messages?
I think what the tech companies will do in the long term is a huge concern.