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The surveillance law in Hong Kong lags behind in protecting citizens' privacy in cyberspace against law enforcement agencies and lacks transparency, compared to the situations in five other advanced economies....

Hong Kong Transparency Report Benjamin Zhou joined the RightsCon in Brussels this year as a speaker at two sessions on 31 March. Zhou shared the recent findings in HKTR and his experience in researching on transparency issues in Hong Kong and Chinese technology companies’ user...

HONG KONG (16 December 2016) – Hong Kong Transparency Report 2016 released today finds that  the Hong Kong government sent fewer user data and content removal requests to information and communication technology (ICT) companies in the past three years, with major international tech firms rejected...

The United States House of Representatives on Wednesday (27 April) unanimously passed the Email Privacy Act that requires the government to obtain warrants before access citizens’ digital communications...