Former privacy commissioner Stephen Wong Kai-yi says China’s new data privacy law is robust and covers many areas not previously touched by the Personal Data Privacy Ordinance in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Nora Tam Former privacy commissioner Stephen Wong Kai-yi says China’s new data privacy law is robust and covers many areas not previously touched by the Personal Data Privacy Ordinance in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Nora Tam
Former privacy commissioner Stephen Wong Kai-yi says China’s new data privacy law is robust and covers many areas not previously touched by the Personal Data Privacy Ordinance in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Nora Tam

China’s new data privacy law will create fresh challenges for Hong Kong businesses: former privacy chief

  • Stephen Wong Kai-yi said the new law imposes very stringent obligations and high standards on how enterprises process personal data
  • Former privacy commissioner said new law forms part of China’s data protection legal framework, to rival Europe’s GDPR

Topic |   China technology
Former privacy commissioner Stephen Wong Kai-yi says China’s new data privacy law is robust and covers many areas not previously touched by the Personal Data Privacy Ordinance in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Nora Tam Former privacy commissioner Stephen Wong Kai-yi says China’s new data privacy law is robust and covers many areas not previously touched by the Personal Data Privacy Ordinance in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Nora Tam
Former privacy commissioner Stephen Wong Kai-yi says China’s new data privacy law is robust and covers many areas not previously touched by the Personal Data Privacy Ordinance in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Nora Tam
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