Hong Kong’s Court of Appeal has ruled that unrestricted public access to voter registries is unconstitutional, a partial victory for the city’s largest police group, which had sought to shield voter details from public view.The court ruled on Thursday that the 1997 law requiring authorities to list the names and home addresses of voters, and allow public inspection of those registries, failed to strike a balance between individual privacy rights and the benefits of having a transparent election…



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