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Daily Dashboard | Octopus Debacle Has Commissioner Thinking About Law Related reading: CFPB releases Consumer Protection Principles on financial data sharing

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Hong Kong Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data Roderick Woo Bun has proposed introducing a law to make it a criminal offense for companies to sell customers' personal data, Bloomberg reports. The statement comes after Octopus Holdings' admission on Monday that it has received HK$44 million since January 2006 through the sale of customers' personal information. Woo is conducting an investigation into the matter and is expected to release a preliminary report before his term as commissioner ends on July 31. Octopus, meanwhile, has announced it will no longer engage in such activities.
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