Hong Kong authorities agree to lower threshold for prosecution under new anti-doxxing law after lawmakers voice concerns

Hong Kong authorities have agreed to lower the threshold for defining the crime of doxxing, removing a requirement that prosecutors prove victims suffered psychological harm.With the lowering of the threshold, revealed on Wednesday, the mere act of deliberately leaking an individual’s personal information with the intent to threaten or harass them or their family will be punishable by two years behind bars and a maximum fine of HK$100,000 (US$12,877).The tweaks to the proposed amendments to the…

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