Cases of doxxing and cyberbullying have rocketed in Hong Kong since the start of the anti-government protests in June. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong privacy watchdog wants more power to battle doxxing with online platforms reluctant to cooperate

  • Privacy commissioner Stephen Wong wants more teeth after struggling to convince overseas websites to act
  • Wong says he has written 95 letters to 14 online platforms about more than 1,600 links that broke the law in the city
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Cases of doxxing and cyberbullying have rocketed in Hong Kong since the start of the anti-government protests in June. Photo: Shutterstock
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