In April 2015, Hong Kong’s Administrative Appeal Board (AAB) ruled that the territory’s Privacy Commissioner (PC) is obliged to continue investigating a data privacy complaint that it had discontinued, even though the breach concerned had already been rectified.
In their article for the Computer Law & Security Review on the implications, Gabriela Kennedy and Karen Lee discuss this ruling and its implications.
To read more of Gabriela and Karen’s thoughts in the CLSR, please click on the attachment.
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