China blocks online accounts of Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post

China has blocked the accounts of Hong Kong’s biggest English-language daily newspaper – the South China Morning Post. The newspaper recently reported about the disappearance of five Hong Kong booksellers who sold books about Chinese leaders, and wrote freely on anti-Beijing protests in Hong Kong and the commemmoration of the Tiananmen Square protests. The Cyberspace Administration of China responded that the government acted ‘in accordance with the law, to carry out internet information content management and supervision.’