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Another Australian minister says phone hacker targeted Telegram to steal info on HK activists

Hong Kong Standard 25 Mar 2021
The Australian newspaper reported late Wednesday that the details of pro-democracy Hongkongers were provided to someone impersonating Birmingham, with one of the recipients being asked ... The person handed over details of Hongkongers without realizing they were speaking to a cyber-hacker, the paper said, citing the person who it didn’t identify.

When Hong Kong had no galleries: 1970s art revisited in show

South China Morning Post 02 Apr 2016
On November 4, 1962, the South China Morning Post ran a story under the headline ... Brian Tilbrook, Kitty Burns, Arthur Hacker (possibly best-known to Hongkongers for another 70s feat of creativity - Lap Sap Chung, a verdant litterbug who starred in a government clean-up campaign) ... Bland, who died in 1975, was a manager with Hongkong and Kowloon Wharf.

Hacking alert on mobile apps

Hong Kong Standard 14 Sep 2015
One-third of 130 mobile phone apps used by Hongkongers to facilitate online transactions are vulnerable to hackers, experts found in a study ... One-third of 130 mobile phone apps used by Hongkongers to facilitate online transactions are vulnerable to hackers, experts found in a study.

Security warning as online breaches treble

Hong Kong Standard 18 Sep 2014
Also, since each Hongkonger has on average 2.38 mobile SIM cards, hackers find it attractive to break into their smartphones and steal users' information or use them to launch other internet attacks. He said hackers also like to break into point-of-sale systems, which are widely used in retail outlets, restaurants and hotels.

Massive Hong Kong Protest Calls for More Democracy

The Daily Beast 01 Jul 2014
Casting ballots online by the hundreds of thousands, and taking to the streets en masse, Hongkongers are fighting to hang on to their rights ... Fueled by growing discontent with Beijing’s creeping control of their city’s politics, Hongkongers hit the streets today ... Hongkongers see ...

Historian and artist Arthur Hacker left legacy of creativity

South China Morning Post 11 Oct 2013
Arthur Hacker MBE, renowned artist, historian, author and creator of an endearing emblem of 1970s Hong Kong - the litterbug Lap Sap Chung - died in hospital of pneumonia on Wednesday ... But most Hongkongers know Hacker best for his monstrous creation, litterbug Lap Sap Chung ... Hacker was charmingly eccentric and a master of the one-liner.

Local historian praises HKSAR's public library system

Xinhua 16 Sep 2002
16 (Xinhuanet) -- A local historian commented Monday that the possible shutting down of the British Council library in Hong Kong at the year's end does not matter, since HongKong's public libraries can always provide books one wants. ¡¡¡¡Arthur Hacker, who is also a former Hong ...

Asian portal's users protest censorship online

CNN 31 May 2000
As one of Hong Kong's most popular sites, should not sacrifice users' legal right to free speech in exchange for the approval of the Mainland government, according to the Web page ... Some went further, however, suggesting that hackers stage a denial-of-service attack of on June 4 ... Hacker magazine calls for movie protest.

China hackers tried to jam Nato websites

The Straits Times 03 Sep 1999
Lt-General William Donahue, commander of the Air Force communications and information centre at the Pentagon, said hackers "came at us daily, hell-bent on taking down Nato networks" ... A report said that hackers from Hongkong also joined in the attacks, leaving behind graffiti, some in Chinese, protesting against the bombing.
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