The Global Times reports Hong Kong is still dealing with issues of "doxing" and hate speech on its messaging platforms. Claims of doxing surged in August, but Chinese Association of Hong Kong and Macao Studies member Tang Fei said there is no legal basis to shut down social networks, such as Telegram and LIHKG. The platforms are self-regulated and responsible for keeping users' personal information secure. "The existing laws can play a major role in supervising the networks and managing online groups. This can be done legally and technologically," Fei said.
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