During anti-government protests in Hong Kong in 2019, doxing – or publicly releasing personal or identifying information about an individual or organization – came under scrutiny when police were targeted after their details were released online . In which the home addresses of some officials and the details of the children's schools were also exposed by the anti-government protesters. Some of whom have also come across online bullying cases against them and their families.
The AIC said in a statement that, “We believe that any antitrust law, which may have an effect on curtailing free expression, should be built on the principles of necessity and proportionality. Action is on against non-implementation of IT rules. The central government of the country had implemented new rules three months ago, but Twitter has failed to comply till now. Under the new rules, the new IT rules came into effect from May 25 According to Twitter, it should have appointed a local grievance officer, but Twitter has not done so yet.