Privacy

Global Voices Advocacy quoted Hong Kong Transparency Report's research findings on the problematic government data requests, particularly during the Occupy period, in Netizen Report: China Adds Yet Another Layer of Control to the Internet....

Time Out Hong Kong profiled Hong Kong Transparency Report's research in its November's burning issue. HKTR pointed out the opaque practice between the city's law enforcement and Internet companies is putting netizens' privacy and freedom of speech in danger:...

Foreign Policy quoted Hong Kong Transparency Report's data to raise the issue of Internet surveillance by law enforcement agencies during the Occupy campaign, especially in terms of the worrying trend of the government's access to online user data without adequate judicial reviews....

September 28 was “International Right to Know Day”, a prescient day for Hong Kong in light of recent curbs on press freedoms. It was an occasion to raise awareness around our citizens’ right to information, and to consider how calls to extend a so-called “right...

The Hong Kong Transparency Report, a project run by the Journalism and Media Studies Centre, the University of Hong Kong, has launched the 2014 report on Hong Kong government’s data and content removal requests towards online service providers....