Stephen Wong - Hong Kong - Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data

Hong Kong’s Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data is evaluating whether the existing law passed in 1995 and amended in 2012 might be “stale” given the complexity of data breaches with respect to the technology involved and the cross-border and multi-disciplinary nature of cases, its commissioner, Stephen Wong tells Freny Patel, Editor Asia Pacific, PaRR Global.
Data is not to be looked at solely from the data privacy side, but also with respect to competition and consumer protection, which Wong says has led to the three authorities working together to achieve the common goal of protecting consumers and data subjects, while ensuring a fair market. Click here to learn more.

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