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 7 November 2014, 00:00
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Mr Chung Ting Fai was invited to express his legal opinion in the recent well-known case involving the owner of a shop that sold mobile phones who was being harassed by internet users. Mr Chung Ting Fai mentioned that the question as to if such actions were illegal would depend on whether the information obtained was legally obtained.


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