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  1. All systems go at Wharf T&T

    Posted Aug 22nd 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Susie Gyopos Tthe financial crisis may have detrimentally affected Hong Kong's telecommunications industry as a whole, but talent is still in demand in information security and information technology (IT) services. The sector's job market has be ...

  2. Mainland turns to hi-tech snooping

    Posted Nov 04th 2009, 12:00am by Fiona Tam

    ... eyes in the sky. The aim is to curb crime and better manage the huge migrant population, but critics say the cameras are an invasion of privacy and have done little to prevent crime ... 'Closed-circuit television enables police to solve criminal cases quickly as well as prevent crimes by deterring potential offenders,' he said. Li Yunfeng, deputy police bureau chief from Kunming ...

  3. Wanted: 500 envoys to help internet users

    Posted Jul 27th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Austin Chu The government this week launches its internet ambassador scheme with the recruitment of 500 people. The campaign - Be Net Wise - comes after the Financial Secretary, John Tsang Chun-wah, earmarked HK$63 million in the budget for a one-year pro ...

  4. Sophisticated industry beats downturn and offers numerous challenges

    Posted Jun 27th 2009, 12:00am by Bernard Wan

    ... Bernard Wan Intelligent buildings need to incorporate security that is built into the facility to help identify and mitigate risks. This presents a challenging job for physical security professionals who need to come up with solutions to meet clients' ...

  5. Wind blamed after another object falls at housing estate

    Posted Nov 18th 2009, 12:00am by Clifford Lo

    ... Clifford Lo A 2 1/2 -metre laundry pole was probably blown down by strong winds at a public housing estate in Shek Kip Mei yesterday, police said. It nearly hit a woman walking below. The incident - the sixth such case in five days at Pak Tin Estate - has ...

  6. New rules to rein in overzealous guards

    Posted Oct 21st 2009, 12:00am by Will Clem

    ... have committed serious crimes or have had their security guard licences revoked more than once in the past three years. The regulations also forbid companies in the entertainment sector from ...

  7. Councillors angry at delays on Mong Kok security cameras

    Posted May 19th 2009, 12:00am by Agnes Lam

    ... But Mr Wong declined to reveal the exact completion date, for crime-prevention purposes. 'Installing the surveillance cameras in the district is not a simple matter. The system will be Hong ... before and after an incident. Council chairman Edmond Chung Kong-mo said footage would be kept for 14 days and could only be viewed for crime-investigation purposes. 'Approval must ...

  8. Spy camera monitors family, woman says

    Posted Aug 20th 2009, 12:00am by Fiona Tam

    ... camera had been installed on the orders of the town government, which she said wanted to prevent her petitioning. Authorities, however, denied the allegation. Sun Xueqing , vice-secretary ... and found he was a security guard from the town's police station. But police denied the claim. The central government has told local authorities to prevent petitioners from going to Beijing ...

  9. Do we need spy cameras in Hong Kong?

    Posted Jun 17th 2009, 12:00am by Anthea Wong, Ronald Ling

    ... it is impossible to prevent recorded video from being shared. It is worrying to think what could happen to the footage in the era of information sharing. Spy cameras can of course provide evidence for the police, but only after the crimes happen. I believe most Hong Kong citizens are well-educated and considerate. The crime rate is very low in Hong Kong, so I can't see any real need for spy ...

  10. Doubts already cast on Mong Kok spy cameras

    Posted Jun 09th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... needed images. Senior Superintendent Edward Leung Ka-ming, of the Kowloon West regional crime unit, said officers began reviewing the footage last night and would continue today. Dennis Wong ...




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