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Judge urges Hong Kong government to hold internet service providers liable for not removing leaked data, as ex-clerk gets 45 months’ jail for doxxing



A judge has urged the Hong Kong government to hold internet service providers liable for failing to remove leaked personal data from their platforms, as he sentenced a former government clerk to nearly four years behind bars for doxxing 215 individuals.Hung Wing-sum, a former clerical assistant of the Immigration Department, was jailed for 45 months at the District Court on Monday on a count of misconduct in public office, to which she pleaded guilty earlier this month.The sentence marked the…



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