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Lawmakers in Hong Kong passed an anti-doxxing privacy bill that empowers the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data to investigate and prosecute doxxing incidents, Reuters reports. Those who disclose an individual’s personal data without consent “with an intent to cause specified harm” will be in violation of the legislation and "could face fines of up to HK$1 million ($129,000) and five years in prison." Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Secretary Erick Tsang said the legislation is intended to “fight doxxing behavior that divides society, as early as possible.”
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