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Hong Kong security law's long arm forces travel rethink

Burner phones and scrubbed PCs on packing lists as governments issue warnings

HONG KONG -- The national security law imposed on Hong Kong is prompting a global reassessment of travel to the city, due to the legislation's international scope.

In a rare case for Hong Kong, the law asserts extraterritoriality, meaning it applies to perceived offenses committed outside the city, including those by non-residents, under its Article 38.

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