Seminar – LawTechTalk

Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre
and the UNSW Law Faculty
invite you to a free seminar
(one of the 2005 Cyberspace Law and Policy Series)


Making a Big Brother? eGovernment in Hong Kong


Joeson Wong, UNSW


Tuesday 6 December 2005


12:30 to 2:00 pm, including time for questions


Room 1201, Faculty of Law, Level 12, Library Tower
UNSW Kensington campus, Sydney



This work in progress workshop is based on Joeson's presentation in the eChallenges e-2005 conference: "Deficiencies in the Data Protection Law of Hong Kong as exposed by eGovernment", with some recent updates, and includes an introduction to his current research.

His related article entitled "Electronic Government and its Implication for Data Privacy in Hong Kong: Can Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance Protect the Privacy of Personal Information in Cyberspace?" was published in July 2005 in International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, Volume 19, No.2, p.143-163 (Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group Ltd.).

  About the speaker:

Joeson Wong is a postgraduate researcher in law at UNSW. He is also barrister-at-Law, Hong Kong; and LLB (Hons), Master of Laws in Information Technology Law, University of Hong Kong, and a member of a number of professional associations in Hong Kong and elsewhere.


Entry is free, no need to book.

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