Alphabet’s YouTube has blocked videos of a Hong Kong protest song in the city, days after a local court approved an injunction order to ban the song.

The Google video network said it would follow the ruling to make 32 versions of Glory to Hong Kong unavailable to users from the once-freewheeling Chinese city immediately, according to a statement. Attempts to access those videos from Hong Kong on Wednesday resulted in an error message saying, "This content is not available on this country domain due to a court order.”

"We are disappointed by the Court’s decision but are complying with its removal order by blocking access to the listed videos for viewers in Hong Kong. We’ll continue to consider our options for an appeal, to promote access to information," a spokesperson for YouTube said.