The Hong Kong police recently forced one of the city’s most prominent activist groups to delete its online presence, in a move some fear means that Hong Kong’s digital spaces will move to more closely resemble the mainland. Lokman Tsui, a Hong Kong-based fellow at Citizen Lab, told the New York Times: “They were going after the media, going after the education institutions, the unions. But now it seems like it’s time to ‘fix the internet.’”