The justice secretary and the chief of police applied to the High Court for the injunction. Photo: Roy Issa The justice secretary and the chief of police applied to the High Court for the injunction. Photo: Roy Issa
The justice secretary and the chief of police applied to the High Court for the injunction. Photo: Roy Issa

Court grants interim injunction to ban doxxing of Hong Kong police

  • Writ filed by the Department of Justice at the High Court seeks action against leaking of officers’ personal information, or that of their families, online
  • Privacy watchdog has received more than 2,700 complaints of doxxing since June, with about a third involving police

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
The justice secretary and the chief of police applied to the High Court for the injunction. Photo: Roy Issa The justice secretary and the chief of police applied to the High Court for the injunction. Photo: Roy Issa
The justice secretary and the chief of police applied to the High Court for the injunction. Photo: Roy Issa
READ FULL ARTICLE