Hong Kong government praised for world-leading data protection protocols despite weaknesses exposed by hacking of VTech

Jack Liu reports:

As Hong Kong reels from last month’s hacking of children’s toy maker VTech, global telecoms experts say the city is still one of the world’s leading lights in terms of the importance it places on protecting data privacy.

“Hong Kong is at or near the top of the list in addressing the cyber security privacy questions,” said Thomas Dailey, chief international legal and regulatory officer at Verizon.

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