Enact upskirting law to plug loophole, Hong Kong’s Law Reform Commission tells government

Hong Kong’s Law Reform Commission has called on the government to enact new laws on voyeurism and upskirting to plug a legal loophole left open by a court ruling that a “one-size-fits-all” charge no longer applies to offenders who use their own devices.



The “Occupy Central 9” Cases: Rule of Law or Rule by Law in Hong Kong?

On April 9, 2019, a Hong Kong district court convicted three leaders of the civil disobedience campaign “Occupy Central with Love and Peace” (OCLP) and six other local pro-democracy activists on various public nuisance-related charges.