Anti-government protesters struggle with anti-riot police in Tuen Mun. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong protests: police use court orders to obtain protesters’ digital fare payment details in another weekend of petrol bombs, tear gas and fires on the streets

  • The city’s largest bus company KMB was required to hand over transaction records from Octopus cards in Hong Kong
  • Order includes night of September 3 when police boarded a bus in Kowloon Bay and checked bags and ID cards of around 20 people
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Anti-government protesters struggle with anti-riot police in Tuen Mun. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Riot police arrest suspects at Prince Edward MTR station. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong court orders MTR to preserve footage of police operation at Prince Edward, Lai Chi Kok stations, pending ruling on releasing clips to student leader suing officers

  • Case centres on controversial incident on August 31 in which clashes between police and protesters occurred
  • Education University student union president Kex Leung, who was arrested but later released, plans to sue police for injuries
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Riot police arrest suspects at Prince Edward MTR station. Photo: Handout
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