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Hong Kong’s Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data recently set up a fraud hotline, Radio Television Hong Kong reports. So far, the hotline has received 386 inquiries and 17 complaints related to the use of personal data to commit fraud. Methods included “phishing calls, emails or text messages” by scammers, who reportedly “impersonated officers of different organisations.” Privacy Commissioner Ada Chung warned citizens not to share personal information over the phone with numbers they do not recognize.
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