As business activities grow increasingly global, and personal information and data cross national boundaries on a daily basis, companies need to ensure that they are aware of local privacy and data protection regulations and pending legislation that would impose more stringent privacy and security requirements. This article provides an overview of current privacy and data protection rules in Hong Kong that apply to both local and multinational businesses, as well as proposed legislation that would alter those rules.
The Hong Kong Personal Data Ordinance
Proposed Amendments to the Hong Kong Ordinance
Use, Transfer or Sale of Personal Data in Direct Marketing
— Transfer to Data Processor
Penalties for Non-Compliance
— Disclosure Without Consent
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