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Hong Kong's new norm for press freedom a blur, say experts

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HONG KONG - Hong Kong is moving into what some observers say is the new normal, with a national security law expected to be executed more intensely in different sectors, in particular the media.

This, in turn, has raised the prospect of whether being a journalist in Hong Kong is now riskier than on the mainland.

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