Police are investigating the suspected theft, from an office in Hong Kong Customs’ headquarters, of phones that held the details of quarantined residents. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Police are investigating the suspected theft, from an office in Hong Kong Customs’ headquarters, of phones that held the details of quarantined residents. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Police are investigating the suspected theft, from an office in Hong Kong Customs’ headquarters, of phones that held the details of quarantined residents. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Coronavirus: Hong Kong police investigate suspected theft of two mobiles storing private details of quarantined residents

  • Phones disappeared from government communications centre in North Point in incident classified as a data leak
  • Samsung and Xiaomi devices used to check up on those made to stay at home under anti-contagion quarantine scheme

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Police are investigating the suspected theft, from an office in Hong Kong Customs’ headquarters, of phones that held the details of quarantined residents. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Police are investigating the suspected theft, from an office in Hong Kong Customs’ headquarters, of phones that held the details of quarantined residents. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Police are investigating the suspected theft, from an office in Hong Kong Customs’ headquarters, of phones that held the details of quarantined residents. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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