What's up with apps in Hong Kong
In May this year, the Hong Kong Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data joined the Global Privacy Enforcement Network to conduct a privacy review to evaluate the transparency in the collection and use of personal data online by corporate data users, with a focus on information collected via software applications (apps).
This review highlights the rising concern of data privacy enforcement authorities and the public on the collection and use of personal data by app providers, both in Hong Kong and worldwide…
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