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Personal data privacy – an ethical perspective

Personal data privacy – an ethical perspective

Stephen Kai-yi Wong completed his tenure as Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, Hong Kong, China (Privacy Commissioner) on 3 August this year. CSj talks to him about the changes he has seen in the privacy protection landscape in Hong Kong over his five-year term...

Enhancing individual director accountability

Enhancing individual director accountability

Sharan Gill, writer, lawyer and contributor to CSj, reviews a paper published earlier this year by the Thought Leadership Committee of The Chartered Governance Institute, which looks at one of the most debated and controversial areas in governance – the accountability...

Working from home?

Working from home?

Donald Lai ACIS ACS, Solicitor, CPA, argues that there is a need for more clarity on employees’ rights and obligations during search operations of residential premises conducted by the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC). During the current COVID-19 pandemic,...

Careers in Governance – David Simmonds FCIS FCS

Careers in Governance – David Simmonds FCIS FCS

What is your role as a governance professional? ‘I am the Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for CLP Holdings Ltd, where I lead a team of professionals from various disciplines across legal, insurance, governance and sustainability. I am also a current...

CSj September 2020 (pdf version)

CSj September 2020 (pdf version)

Data privacy risk – The role of governance professionals Click the cover image below to view or download a pdf of the full edition....

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