Hong Kong’s top court has struck down the use of a “one-size-fits-all” charge often used in the prosecution of smartphone-related crimes, including the taking of upskirt photos and videos. Photo: Shutterstock Hong Kong’s top court has struck down the use of a “one-size-fits-all” charge often used in the prosecution of smartphone-related crimes, including the taking of upskirt photos and videos. Photo: Shutterstock
Hong Kong’s top court has struck down the use of a “one-size-fits-all” charge often used in the prosecution of smartphone-related crimes, including the taking of upskirt photos and videos. Photo: Shutterstock

Letters | Hong Kong laws need to move with the times on peeping Toms and spy cameras

  • The laws need to be updated to combat voyeuristic crimes like upskirting, but spy camera sales must be regulated as well
  • Scandals in South Korea show that the availability of secret cameras is itself a problem

Topic |   Sexual harassment and assault
Hong Kong’s top court has struck down the use of a “one-size-fits-all” charge often used in the prosecution of smartphone-related crimes, including the taking of upskirt photos and videos. Photo: Shutterstock Hong Kong’s top court has struck down the use of a “one-size-fits-all” charge often used in the prosecution of smartphone-related crimes, including the taking of upskirt photos and videos. Photo: Shutterstock
Hong Kong’s top court has struck down the use of a “one-size-fits-all” charge often used in the prosecution of smartphone-related crimes, including the taking of upskirt photos and videos. Photo: Shutterstock
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