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The South China Morning Post reports two judges for the Court of Appeal of the High Court of Hong Kong are leaning toward overturning the Court of First Instance's decision to continue allowing public access to Hong Kong's voter registry. Justices Johnson Lam Man-hon and Aarif Barma indicated that publishing names and home addresses in the registry leaves various people at risk, including police officers who have experienced "doxing." Lam said that open access to the information is a "statutory incursion" into voters’ privacy rights.
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