China’s Personal Information Protection Law puts limits on how businesses collect and use sensitive personal information. Photo: Shutterstock
China’s Personal Information Protection Law puts limits on how businesses collect and use sensitive personal information. Photo: Shutterstock
Elyse Leung
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Elyse Leung

How Hong Kong mall owners can stay abreast of China’s personal data protection law

  • China’s Personal Information Protection Law is an opportunity for Hong Kong retailers to strengthen their personalised advertising and marketing strategies
  • With cross-border travel yet to resume, the city’s retailers can tweak their privacy policies and app-based loyalty programmes to comply with the law

China’s Personal Information Protection Law puts limits on how businesses collect and use sensitive personal information. Photo: Shutterstock
China’s Personal Information Protection Law puts limits on how businesses collect and use sensitive personal information. Photo: Shutterstock
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