Swalikh Mohammed said only people who use leaks to ‘attack and intimidate our officers’ will fall foul of the injunction. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Court order on officer data targets doxxers not journalists, Hong Kong police insist

  • Senior cybercrime officer rebuts claims that news reporting will fall foul of interim injunction granted on Friday to prevent personal information being shared
  • He says it will only affect people who use leaks to ‘attack and intimidate our officers’
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Swalikh Mohammed said only people who use leaks to ‘attack and intimidate our officers’ will fall foul of the injunction. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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Anthony Cheung on Saturday at a conference at Baptist University to discuss ways the government can resolve the protest crisis and restore trust. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Former minister Anthony Cheung calls for independent inquiry into Hong Kong police conduct and cabinet reshuffle to help ease anti-government protest crisis

  • Ex-housing and transport secretary says ‘everyone loses’ if protests continue, and government reform could restore public’s faith
  • Cheung’s call for independent inquiry separately echoed by top barrister Lawrence Lok SC and Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Ha
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Anthony Cheung on Saturday at a conference at Baptist University to discuss ways the government can resolve the protest crisis and restore trust. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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