Hong Kong lawmakers on Friday urged justice officials to speed up the drafting of laws against voyeuristic crimes such as upskirting, after a court ruling a day earlier rendered existing legislation ineffective for many smartphone-related offences.Democratic Party lawmaker James To Kun-sun hit out at the justice department for the legal loophole, saying officials had “wasted eight to 10 years because they were lazy”.The law had failed to keep pace with changes in society, To said on a radio…