Police processed 1,429 cases involving mobile phones as evidence from June to November, it was revealed. Photo: EPA

Hong Kong police seized more than 3,700 mobile phones from protesters in space of five months and had devices broken into to read contents, security chief reveals

  • Secretary for Security John Lee dismisses concerns about potential abuse of power, maintaining the cases all satisfied court for issuing of search warrants
  • Lee would not comment on whether police used spyware to unlock suspects’ phones
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Police processed 1,429 cases involving mobile phones as evidence from June to November, it was revealed. Photo: EPA
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