Oct 042014
 
 October 4, 2014  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S., Surveillance

From the does-this-sound-familiar dept.:

Julie Chu reports:

A pro-democracy protester is suing police for allegedly infringing on his privacy by searching his mobile phones without consent after he was arrested during this year’s July 1 march.

In a High Court writ, Sham Wing-kan, 60, asked the court to review a police decision to search three of his mobile phones without authorisation.

Read more on South China Morning Post.

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