The site is backed by a pro-Beijing politician, and it's offering cash rewards for information about people who defaced Chinese flags during protests.
As Chief Secretary Carrie Lam announced a second round of public consultations, 23 Hong Kong lawmakers hoisted umbrellas and marched out of the legislative chamber.
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City authorities are preparing to clear sections of the protest zones and remove roadblocks that have enclosed demonstration areas for more than seven weeks.
C.Y. Leung told international media outlets that direct elections would give too much power to those below the poverty line.
While Protesters and Officials Talk, Hong Kong's Leader Believes the City Is Too Poor for Direct Elections
Students mounted a constitutional critique of the government's acceptance of a plan limiting democracy a day after the city's leader insisted poor voters would dominate free elections.
Protesters reclaimed occupation zones and established new barricades in Mong Kok after riot police tried and failed to disperse the crowds.
Clearance operations in encampments have raised tensions between protesters and police over the past week, with demonstrators erecting obstacles and retaking areas whenever possible.
This weekend, a Tory MP resigned over more "sexting" revelations.
Photographs of some of the countless illustrations on display at Occupy Central.
Friday's rally attracted tens of thousands of people and appeared to reinvigorate the city’s pro-democracy demonstrations, which had dwindled over the past week.
Student leaders had vowed to occupy government buildings if CY Leung did not resign by midnight, but the embattled official reaffirmed his determination to remain in power.
"Even if there’s no change, we need to show them. If today there’s no change, then maybe tomorrow. If tomorrow there’s no change, then in the future there’ll be change."