Fishing, Dodgy Warrants, and the Status of Electronic Privacy in Hong Kong: An Exclusive Interview with Charles Mok

"Reflecting on the scale of police evidence collection, and the manner in which a warrant was obtained and phones were searched, Mok is in no doubt that it amounted to a ‘fishing’ operation, and that failure of legal protection in this instance may well point to broader abuse of existing legal protections."

John Whitehead: Sin Taxes and Other Orwellian Methods of Compliance That Feed the Government’s Greed

"When our own government no longer sees us as human beings with dignity and worth but as things to be manipulated, maneuvered, mined for data, manhandled by police, conned into believing it has our best interests at heart, mistreated, and then jails us if we dare step out of line, punishes us unjustly without remorse, and refuses to own up to its failings, we are no longer operating under a constitutional republic."

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