The District Court began hearing the case of a telecoms employee accused of doxxing a police officer’s father on Monday. Photo: Nora Tam The District Court began hearing the case of a telecoms employee accused of doxxing a police officer’s father on Monday. Photo: Nora Tam
The District Court began hearing the case of a telecoms employee accused of doxxing a police officer’s father on Monday. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong telecoms worker accused of using company computer to track down, publish personal data of police officer’s father

  • Prosecutors also say the man used his position to record the data of dozens of public figures, police officers and their relatives
  • The alleged doxxing took place during last year’s months of social unrest

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
The District Court began hearing the case of a telecoms employee accused of doxxing a police officer’s father on Monday. Photo: Nora Tam The District Court began hearing the case of a telecoms employee accused of doxxing a police officer’s father on Monday. Photo: Nora Tam
The District Court began hearing the case of a telecoms employee accused of doxxing a police officer’s father on Monday. Photo: Nora Tam
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