A temporary ban had been issued on officers searching the phones until the judicial review was decided. Photo: Warton LiA temporary ban had been issued on officers searching the phones until the judicial review was decided. Photo: Warton Li
A temporary ban had been issued on officers searching the phones until the judicial review was decided. Photo: Warton Li

Hong Kong protests: five opposition figures lose judicial bid to stop police accessing their mobile phones

  • Veteran pan-democrat Martin Lee and four others had lodged judicial challenge over wide power granted to police in a warrant two months ago
  • Justices Alex Lee and Russell Coleman rejected the idea that the order gave authorities the ability to embark on a fishing exercise

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
A temporary ban had been issued on officers searching the phones until the judicial review was decided. Photo: Warton LiA temporary ban had been issued on officers searching the phones until the judicial review was decided. Photo: Warton Li
A temporary ban had been issued on officers searching the phones until the judicial review was decided. Photo: Warton Li
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