Police obtained warrants to search the phones of Joshua Wong and Agnes Chow. Photo: David Wong Police obtained warrants to search the phones of Joshua Wong and Agnes Chow. Photo: David Wong
Police obtained warrants to search the phones of Joshua Wong and Agnes Chow. Photo: David Wong

Hong Kong activists Joshua Wong and Agnes Chow mount legal challenge over warrants obtained by police to search phones and Facebook office

  • Court document names three magistrates who signed off on the warrants as defendants along with the commissioner of police
  • Pair, who say privacy was violated, also argue that because of warrants’ vague wording, police could exploit loophole allowing them to search 3,700 other phones

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Police obtained warrants to search the phones of Joshua Wong and Agnes Chow. Photo: David Wong Police obtained warrants to search the phones of Joshua Wong and Agnes Chow. Photo: David Wong
Police obtained warrants to search the phones of Joshua Wong and Agnes Chow. Photo: David Wong
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