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Doxxing carried out by the pro-democracy mobsters [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2019-9-29 16:14:19 |Display all floors
From the South China Morning Post.

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The Hong Kong government has condemned acts of harassment and “doxxing” after several people who attended the first town hall dialogue of the city’s embattled leader had their personal information shared on social media.


In one case of doxxing – the practice of posting a person’s private data online – a woman who had expressed pro-government views at the dialogue session was targeted. Internet users posted that she was an agent for an investment company and gave information such as her office phone number.

The woman had said students should stay out of politics and that public broadcaster RTHK should be reformed for “spouting anti-government propaganda while taking public money”.

                    

A Facebook user later claimed on the social media platform that the woman was made to go on leave by her company after it was surrounded by protesters.

The company could not be reached for comment on Saturday.


Another woman’s identity and personal information were also revealed after she was suspected to be a police officer. She spoke in favour of the police force at the dialogue. “I just walk past police stations and patrolling officers feeling normal, but when I see a bunch of black-clad, masked people gathering together and shouting these days, I do feel afraid,” she added, referring to protesters.

On Friday, Chief Superintendent John Tse Chun-chung of the force’s public relations branch said the speaker was a former auxiliary police officer who left years ago.
“Even if police officers participate in such dialogues when they are off-duty, they are exercising their rights as a citizen,” he said.

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Post time 2019-9-30 14:06:43 |Display all floors
It is evident that the pro-democracy mobsters are enforcing their ideology on others and silencing other views. What is it they are fighting for again? Democracy? If they stand for "democracy", the sun rises from the west.

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Post time 2019-10-1 04:47:30 |Display all floors
huaqiao Post time: 2019-9-30 14:06
It is evident that the pro-democracy mobsters are enforcing their ideology on others and silencing o ...

That "mob" of pro-democracy supporters in Hong Kong is certainly a very big one. The sun might still rise from the east in HK but their efforts are spinning a few more things out of normal control.

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Post time 2019-10-3 16:33:05 |Display all floors
Newtown Post time: 2019-10-1 04:47
That "mob" of pro-democracy supporters in Hong Kong is certainly a very big one. The sun might sti ...
That "mob" of pro-democracy supporters in Hong Kong is certainly a very big one.


Not as big as more than 1 billion people.

The sun might still rise from the east in HK but their efforts are spinning a few more things out of normal control.


Well, everywhere else in China is going along just fine. Scientifically speaking, the earth revolves around the sun due to the gravitational pull of the sun. The centrifugal force of the earth is not strong enough to pull the earth out of its orbit around the sun.

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Post time 2019-10-6 08:13:59 |Display all floors
huaqiao Post time: 2019-10-3 16:33
Not as big as more than 1 billion people.

"Not as big as more than 1 billion people."  Quality is more important than quantity. Less is more.

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Post time 2019-10-6 13:40:16 |Display all floors
Newtown Post time: 2019-10-6 08:13
"Not as big as more than 1 billion people."  Quality is more important than quantity. Less is more ...
Quality is more important than quantity. Less is more.


You mean the kind of quality that makes people go on a rampage, assaulting people, vandalising, forcing their opinions on others ...etc. Keep this "quality" to yourself. Don't export this to others.

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Post time 2019-10-6 15:34:26 |Display all floors
Looks like the HK SAR Govt is unable to end the lawlessness, the massive destruction of public properties, disruption of MTR services, etc. Its most recent move making it a crime to wear facemasks at protests is ignored too!  C Lam can only condemn violence, but can't stop it.  Tougher action by the Govt is overdue!

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