Out of more than 5,400 cases in the past two years, 38 per cent involved police officers and their family members. Photo: Shutterstock Out of more than 5,400 cases in the past two years, 38 per cent involved police officers and their family members. Photo: Shutterstock
Out of more than 5,400 cases in the past two years, 38 per cent involved police officers and their family members. Photo: Shutterstock

Doxxing cases, mostly targeting police officers and their families, plunge 76 per cent after Hong Kong protests die down

  • Privacy commissioner says there is still an urgent need for a review of the law to empower the watchdog to investigate and prosecute cases directly
  • Watchdog was alerted to 4,370 cases between June and December of 2019, at the height of anti-government protests

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Out of more than 5,400 cases in the past two years, 38 per cent involved police officers and their family members. Photo: Shutterstock Out of more than 5,400 cases in the past two years, 38 per cent involved police officers and their family members. Photo: Shutterstock
Out of more than 5,400 cases in the past two years, 38 per cent involved police officers and their family members. Photo: Shutterstock
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