Freedom has limits
Hong Kong has always been ranked as one of the freest cities in the world as our basic rights have been protected under the Basic Law.
Article 27: Hong Kong residents shall have freedom of speech, of the press and of publication; freedom of association, of assembly, of procession and of demonstration; and the right and freedom to form and join trade unions, and to strike.
Article 30: The freedom and privacy of communication of Hong Kong residents shall be protected by law. No department or individual may, on any grounds, infringe upon the freedom and privacy of communication of residents except that the relevant authorities may inspect communication in accordance with legal procedures to meet the needs of public security or of investigation into criminal offences.
However, all Hong Kong residents shall be equal before the law under Article 25, which means that everyone must bear in mind that others also enjoy the same rights; therefore, no one can do any harm to others and/or their properties when they fight for such rights.