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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | Hong Kong High Court offers interim resolution on police 'doxing' Related reading: Notes from the Asia-Pacific region, 22 Nov. 2019

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The South China Morning Post reports Hong Kong's High Court has placed a temporary ban on the publication of personal details of police officers in an effort to curtail "doxing" efforts. The interim injunction will remain in effect until 8 Nov., at which point a second hearing will take place to consider extending the ban. Court papers filed by Hong Kong's Department of Justice, the justice secretary and the commissioner of police asked for 13 categories of information that they sought to be banned, including names, addresses and telephone numbers to account IDs on Facebook and Instagram, as well as car registration numbers and photographs.
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