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This is the second in a series of stories on image-based abuse supported by the Judith Neilson Institute’s Asian Stories project, in collaboration with The Korea Times, Indonesia’s Tempo magazine, the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism, and Manila-based ABS-CBN. Sonia Sarkar, Tashny Sukumaran and Lee Min-young contributed reporting. The piece contains descriptions of a sexual nature.
Hong Kong couple found guilty of murdering 5-year-old daughter in child abuse case that gripped city
After 10 hours of deliberations, High Court jury also finds grandmother guilty of two of four counts of child cruelty The girl was rushed unconscious to hospital in January 2018, her body covered in over 130 injuries; her older brother, who lived, had sustained a similar amount of harm
HONG KONG (Reuters): Several Hong Kong lawmakers on Friday raised concerns that proposals to restrict public access to information about directors of companies could make it harder for trade unions, journalists and lawyers to do their jobs.
Hong Kong’s new chief convenor role requires no local legislation as power comes from Beijing, Carrie Lam says
Lam assures TV audience new system introduced in this week’s sweeping electoral overhaul would only be ‘activated’ by the chief executive in ‘extraordinary circumstances’But local lawmakers are demanding more details about the position overseeing the powerful Election Committee, including what qualifies as ‘extraordinary’
As Myanmar descends into chaos, smartphone warriors in the anti-coup movement are seeking revenge online against the junta, hounding people with family ties to the military as a form of “social punishment”.
As worldwide restrictions push more people online, digital gender abuse is likely to worsen now that the Internet is an absolute necessity and there is no escape from it, said Azmina Dhrodia, a senior researcher at the World Wide Web Foundation.
HONG KONG, Dec 12 (SCMP): The 20-year-old’s lifestyle was criticised when her movements were published but then her personal details were leakedChengdu police say they have punished a man for the offence as the victim speaks out from hospital
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam hits out at former minister over remarks national security law could be ‘weaponised’
HONG KONG, Aug 18 (SCMP): Chief executive says focus should instead be on financial systems and social media, which have already been used as tools against the governmentShe was addressing earlier remarks by Anthony Cheung, who noted such legislation could be easily abused