The Law and Technology Centre is organizing a Symposium on Privacy in Greater China Conference on 28 November 2014, 9am-5:30pm, 11/F, Cheng Yu Tung Tower, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong.
Description: The one-day symposium focuses on the development of privacy and personal data protection in Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and mainland China, the four regions with close cultural ties and sharing similar impacts from advancing Internet and communication technologies. Local and international experts from the academics, industries, and regulatory authorities will gather to explore and reflect on the privacy challenges and legal responses in the four jurisdictions respectively, in particular on health data protection and consumer data handling. In addition, a special Roundtable discussion will be held, focusing on the controversial Right to be Forgotten. Keynote Speaker: Allan Chiang (Privacy Commissioner). Other Speakers: John Bacon-Shone, Anne Cheung, Yongxi Chen, Ding Chunyan, Henry Chan, Pancy Fung, Stuart Hargreaves, Chih-hsing Ho, Terry Kaan, Ching-Yi Liu, Lin Wei, Charles Mok, Carly Nyst, Marcelo Thompson, Ken Yang, Yan Meining, Zhao Yun. Cost: Free for students, otherwise $150 registration fee. Click here to register.