Some VPN providers are removing their Hong Kong servers due to China’s new national security law.
- TunnelBear: https://www.tunnelbear.com/blog/tunnelbear-removes-hong-kong-servers-to-safeguard-vpn-network-infrastructure/
- PIA: https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/blog/private-internet-access-shuts-down-vpn-servers-in-hong-kong-due-to-new-national-security-law/
- AirVPN: https://airvpn.org/forums/topic/46904-servers-withdrawal-announcement-hong-kong-hk/
ProtonVPN is keeping servers in Hong Kong for now.
“...we think that preemptively abandoning Hong Kong to its fate without even a symbolic resistance sends the wrong message to authoritarian governments around the world that would seek to deny people their fundamental rights.”
Mullvad is also keeping servers in HK for now.
“If you are in a location and are expressing opinions against that location’s regime, you should most likely not use any VPN server location accessible to that regime. We will keep our servers in HK.
We will continue monitoring the situation, and our decision might change over time.”
Personal instance of nitrohorse (nitrohorse.com).