Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday moved to ease the concerns of US tech giants which fear new anti-doxxing legislation is too broadly worded. Photo: Shutterstock Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday moved to ease the concerns of US tech giants which fear new anti-doxxing legislation is too broadly worded. Photo: Shutterstock
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday moved to ease the concerns of US tech giants which fear new anti-doxxing legislation is too broadly worded. Photo: Shutterstock

Fears over Hong Kong anti-doxxing legislation will be proven false, Carrie Lam assures US tech giants, just as with national security law

  • New law will show its value, city leader says in responding to letter from coalition representing tech giants such as Google and Facebook
  • Lam compares their concerns to fears surrounding the security law before its imposition, saying none of them had come to pass

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday moved to ease the concerns of US tech giants which fear new anti-doxxing legislation is too broadly worded. Photo: Shutterstock Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday moved to ease the concerns of US tech giants which fear new anti-doxxing legislation is too broadly worded. Photo: Shutterstock
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday moved to ease the concerns of US tech giants which fear new anti-doxxing legislation is too broadly worded. Photo: Shutterstock
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