HighlightsPrivacy espresso seriesResourcesJune 13, 2024Exploring Hong Kong’s Data Localization and Residency Requirements

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In our latest Privacyespresso episode, joined by Tara Chan from the law firm Tanner De Witt, an exclusive member of the PrivacyRules Alliance in Hong Kong, we explore the nuances of data localization and residency requirements in Hong Kong.

In this episode, Tara explains Hong Kong’s approach to data localization and storage requirements under the Personal Data Privacy Ordinance (PDPO).

Key highlights:

– Data localization and residency: Tara clarifies that while Hong Kong does not have specific data localization or residency requirements, the PDPO includes provisions on notifying data subjects about data transfers.

– Storage requirements: Learn about the general and sector-specific storage requirements under Hong Kong law, including the handling of sensitive data, company records, employment information, financial data, and health records.

Tune in to understand the nuances of managing personal data within and beyond Hong Kong’s borders and the importance of compliance with PDPO.

Don’t miss this insightful discussion, and if you have any questions or need more information, feel free to contact us.

Listen the episode here 👉 https://bit.ly/3KJlAFY