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Hong Kong informers’ hotline receives 2,500 tip-offs within hours

Hong Kong police have accepted more than 2,500 tip-offs since the establishment of a hotline for people to be able to report suspected breaches of the city’s extensive national security law.

The Hong Kong police has accepted more than 2,500 tip-offs since the establishment of a hotline for people to be able to report suspected breaches of the city’s extensive national security law.

The multi-platform hotline provides the people of Hong Kong the opportunity to report information directly to national security police via email, WeChat or text message.

According to a police spokesman, the force had received more than 2,500 pieces of information so far.

The  police added that the hotline can now accept texts, audio, videos, photographs and contributions will stay anonymous and will not accept any replies once they have submitted their tips.

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