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Hong Kong’s privacy commissioner has issued an enforcement notice to a healthcare company for unlawful cross-brand data sharing practices.
16 November 2022
A digital marketing agency in Hong Kong has been the victim of a ransomware attack that has exposed the data of some of the world’s biggest companies.
27 October 2021
A lab that used Chinese gene company BGI Group's prenatal blood tests and services has suspended data transfers to Hong Kong following a German regulator’s fears that data protection rules have been breached.
16 July 2021
An English-qualified barrister and long-time government lawyer is set to take over as Hong Kong’s new data protection commissioner.
28 July 2020
Legal uncertainty and geopolitical rumblings in the Asia-Pacific region have led local businesses to reconsider their data storage strategies, observers say.
23 June 2020
In a post-GDPR world, Hong Kong’s privacy czar wants to drag the region’s data protection framework into the 21st century.
20 January 2020
Former Hong Kong privacy enforcer Carmen Tang has become a partner at Hugill & Ip.
16 October 2019
Hong Kong’s privacy enforcer has ordered airline Cathay Pacific to enhance its cybersecurity in the wake of a data breach that affected nearly 10 million customers.
07 June 2019
A Hong Kong court has fined Citibank for continuing to contact a man who opted out of direct marketing.
23 May 2019
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