Apple Daily’s chief executive called the doxxing a threat to press freedom. Photo: David Wong

Hong Kong newspaper Apple Daily gets injunction against reporters’ doxxing after harassment related to anti-government protests

  • Russia-hosted website wanted ‘to know who these people are and why are they messing up Hong Kong’, and published personal details of almost 20 workers at the paper
  • High Court order will leave it in contempt if it does it again
Topic |   Press freedom in Hong Kong

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Apple Daily’s chief executive called the doxxing a threat to press freedom. Photo: David Wong
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