“Beginning” criminalization, Facebook, Twitter, Google warned to withdraw from Hong Kong, the Office denied that it would affect freedom of speech

The Hong Kong Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau proposed earlier amendments to the “Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance”, which drafted to criminalize the act of “priming”. The so-called “priming” is “human flesh search”, which refers to data users Instead, the data subject’s personal information was disclosed without the consent of the data subject, which caused the subject and his family to be threatened, intimidated, harassed, or psychologically harmed. This has happened frequently in the earlier social movements in Hong Kong. If convicted, the maximum penalty is a fine of HK$1 million and imprisonment for 5 years.

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