Junior Police Officers’ Association has argued the voters’ registry could be used to aid doxxing attacks against its members: Dickson Lee Junior Police Officers’ Association has argued the voters’ registry could be used to aid doxxing attacks against its members: Dickson Lee
Junior Police Officers’ Association has argued the voters’ registry could be used to aid doxxing attacks against its members: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong court rejects police group’s application to keep voter details under wraps over doxxing concerns

  • The Junior Police Officers’ Association said voter registry information such as home addresses could be used to aid doxxing attacks against members of the force, which had become a lightning rod for public discontent

Topic |   Hong Kong police
Junior Police Officers’ Association has argued the voters’ registry could be used to aid doxxing attacks against its members: Dickson Lee Junior Police Officers’ Association has argued the voters’ registry could be used to aid doxxing attacks against its members: Dickson Lee
Junior Police Officers’ Association has argued the voters’ registry could be used to aid doxxing attacks against its members: Dickson Lee
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