China-HK Police/Information Leak

Personal information of 1,614 officers leaked: HK police

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Hong Kong, China - Aug 22, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Police officers arriving for press conference
2. Various of Superintendent Swalikh Mohammed of Technology Crime Division of Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau showing cyber violence against police and their family
3. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Swalikh Mohammed, superintendent, Technology Crime Division, Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau:
"It has been very clearly stipulated in Hong Kong law that to illegally disclose the personal information of others without their consent and cause them psychological harm, the punishment can lead up to a five-year imprisonment. So let me remind you, never assume that you can escape the punishment when you conduct illegal acts in cyberspace."
4. Various of Mohammed showing radical online remarks of protesters inciting violence; online posts
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Tse Chun-chung, chief superintendent, Public Relations Branch, Hong Kong Police Force:
"When the protesters take illegal actions that disturb social peace and threaten the life of the residents, we will take decisive actions. We condemn such irresponsible acts that ignore the safety and freedom of others."
6. Various of press conference in progress, reporters

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The personal information of 1,614 officers and their families has been illegally disclosed online starting in June, the Hong Kong police told the media on Thursday, adding that people involved in the illegal disclosure will face serious consequences.

Personal details that were leaked included name, ID number, birth date, phone number and address. Even the photos, school and class of their children have been exposed, which has lead to some family members being threatened.

Superintendent Swalikh Mohammed of the Technology Crime Division of the Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau presented some of the cases of the police officers and their families being haunted by cyber-violence. He also stated that the police will hold the bullies liable for such acts.

"It has been very clearly stipulated in Hong Kong law that to illegally disclose the personal information of others without their consent and cause them psychological harm, the punishment can lead up to a five-year imprisonment. So let me remind you, never assume that you can escape the punishment when you conduct illegal acts in cyberspace," he said.

The police also exposed some of the radical remarks made by protesters, who are trying to incite people to make weapons like slingshots and petrol bombs and to use them to attack the police and their accommodations.

The media was also briefed on an illegal rally Wednesday night in Yuen Long where the protesters provoked the police and the local residents. After several warnings, the police had to disperse the protesters, it was announced.

The police condemned the violent acts of slinging things, like dust bins, which threatened the safety of officers and reporters on site.

"When the protesters take illegal actions that disturb social peace and threaten the life of the residents, we will take decisive actions. We condemn such irresponsible acts that ignore the safety and freedom of others," said Tse Chun-chung, chief superintendent of the Public Relations Branch of Hong Kong Police Force.

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China-HK Police/Information Leak

Personal information of 1,614 officers leaked: HK police

Dateline : Aug 22, 2019

Location : China

Duration : 1'52

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Hong Kong, China - Aug 22, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Police officers arriving for press conference
2. Various of Superintendent Swalikh Mohammed of Technology Crime Division of Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau showing cyber violence against police and their family
3. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Swalikh Mohammed, superintendent, Technology Crime Division, Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau:
"It has been very clearly stipulated in Hong Kong law that to illegally disclose the personal information of others without their consent and cause them psychological harm, the punishment can lead up to a five-year imprisonment. So let me remind you, never assume that you can escape the punishment when you conduct illegal acts in cyberspace."
4. Various of Mohammed showing radical online remarks of protesters inciting violence; online posts
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Tse Chun-chung, chief superintendent, Public Relations Branch, Hong Kong Police Force:
"When the protesters take illegal actions that disturb social peace and threaten the life of the residents, we will take decisive actions. We condemn such irresponsible acts that ignore the safety and freedom of others."
6. Various of press conference in progress, reporters


The personal information of 1,614 officers and their families has been illegally disclosed online starting in June, the Hong Kong police told the media on Thursday, adding that people involved in the illegal disclosure will face serious consequences.

Personal details that were leaked included name, ID number, birth date, phone number and address. Even the photos, school and class of their children have been exposed, which has lead to some family members being threatened.

Superintendent Swalikh Mohammed of the Technology Crime Division of the Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau presented some of the cases of the police officers and their families being haunted by cyber-violence. He also stated that the police will hold the bullies liable for such acts.

"It has been very clearly stipulated in Hong Kong law that to illegally disclose the personal information of others without their consent and cause them psychological harm, the punishment can lead up to a five-year imprisonment. So let me remind you, never assume that you can escape the punishment when you conduct illegal acts in cyberspace," he said.

The police also exposed some of the radical remarks made by protesters, who are trying to incite people to make weapons like slingshots and petrol bombs and to use them to attack the police and their accommodations.

The media was also briefed on an illegal rally Wednesday night in Yuen Long where the protesters provoked the police and the local residents. After several warnings, the police had to disperse the protesters, it was announced.

The police condemned the violent acts of slinging things, like dust bins, which threatened the safety of officers and reporters on site.

"When the protesters take illegal actions that disturb social peace and threaten the life of the residents, we will take decisive actions. We condemn such irresponsible acts that ignore the safety and freedom of others," said Tse Chun-chung, chief superintendent of the Public Relations Branch of Hong Kong Police Force.

ID : 8119649

Published : 2019-08-23 06:53

Last Modified : 2019-08-24 12:00:19

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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