Data Hong Kong

HK, or in Chinese, is a common abbreviation for Hong Kong, a former British crown colony and current special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China. It is also the official abbreviation for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China and is used in many government and business documents. HK is also an initialism for the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

In the context of data hk, the definition of personal data has been in line with international norms since the PDPO was first enacted. It applies to information relating to an identifiable natural person, including: name; identification number; location data; online identifier; factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that individual. This is consistent with the definition under other legal regimes, such as the Personal Information Protection Law that applies in mainland China and the General Data Protection Regulation that applies in the European Union.

Personal data must be collected for a lawful purpose and that purpose must be directly related to the functions or activities of the data user. The amount of personal data collected should be adequate but not excessive in relation to that purpose. In addition, personal data must be processed fairly and in a way that respects the rights of the individual.

When a data user collects personal data, the data subject must be informed of the purposes for which the personal data will be used and the classes of persons to whom it may be disclosed. This is normally fulfilled by providing the data subject with a personal information collection statement (PICS) before collecting the data. The PICS is required to be in plain language and not to be excessive in relation to the purpose for which the personal data will be used.

It is important that data users understand their obligations under the PDPO, especially when they outsource any part of the processing cycle to a third party. The data user is responsible for the acts or omissions of its agents and contractors, irrespective of whether they are located within or outside of Hong Kong. This is in addition to the data user’s direct liability under the PDPO.

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