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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 dataFormer privacy commissioner said new law forms part of China’s data protection legal framework, to rival Europe’s GDPR
LOS ANGELES (Reuters): China on Monday (Aug 30) announced strict new rules that will ban children from playing online games during weekdays and limit them to just three hours per week.
Hong Kong is eighth safest city in world overall, but ranks badly when it comes to personal and environmental security
City rebounds from 20th position in 2019 on list compiled by The Economist Intelligence UnitCopenhagen named safest city ahead of Toronto and Singapore. Beijing falls to 36th, while Taipei is 24th
Didi Global Inc is helping workers establish their first union, a groundbreaking decision its fellow tech giants may soon follow as China imposes rules to curb excessive work and protect millions of blue-collar workers from exploitation.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Even at a time when personal data leaks are rampant, the government and the House of Representatives have failed to pass the much-needed personal data protection bill.
Chinese regulators ordered car-hailing services run by Didi Global Inc, Meituan and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd to rectify instances of misconduct by December, amping up scrutiny over an industry that employs millions.
Alfi Inc, a small artificial intelligence software company, has ambitious plans to use facial recognition to target individualised ads to people as they walk through an airport, a shopping mall or stare at a screen in the back of an Uber.
DUBLIN (Reuters) -Facebook's WhatsApp was fined a record 225 million euro ($266 million) by the Irish data protection regulator on Thursday after the EU privacy watchdog pressured Ireland to raise the penalty for the company's privacy breaches.
NEW YORK: Didi Global Inc is helping workers establish their first union, a groundbreaking decision its fellow tech giants may soon follow as China imposes rules to curb excessive work and protect millions of blue-collar workers from exploitation.
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