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Hong Kong bans publication of police personal details

Hong Kong bans publication of police personal details

Hong Kong authorities have banned anyone from posting personal details or photos of police officers online. The order, in effect until Nov. 8, prohibits ’publishing, communicating or disclosing’ officers’ details including their Facebook and Instagram account IDs or photos of officers or their family members.

Pierre
Pierre
Jose
Jose 1 year

Hong Kong is laying out the playbook for resistance.

porcus
porcus 1 year

Doxing law enforcement and their families is REALLY unacceptable and should result in criminal charges in my opinion. But posting photos of them online or in print is perfectly fine and shouldn't be criminalized.

Sir_Kutz
Sir_Kutz 1 year

I agree with the no personal data, but we can’t get photographs of what’s happening if there can be no photos of police.

White mana matters
White mana matters 1 year

Are they going to ban use of excessive force against peaceful protesters demanding a representative, transparent, responsible government? Didn't think so.

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