Big Tech companies warned the Hong Kong government they may stop offering their services should the city move forward with planned changes to its data protection laws, The Wall Street Journal reports. The changes would make organizations liable for malicious sharing of personal information. A letter sent by the Asia Internet Coalition said technology companies are concerned the new rules could put their staff at risk of criminal investigations. Reuters reports Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam said the proposed changes will only target illegal doxxing behavior.
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