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Daily Dashboard | Hong Kong privacy commissioner launches investigation into Cathay Pacific breach Related reading: A roundup of US privacy litigation updates


Hong Kong Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data Stephen Kai-yi Wong announced his agency plans to conduct a formal investigation into the Cathay Pacific data breach, the South China Morning Post reports. Wong said in a statement there are reasonable grounds to believe the airline violated the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance after the PCPD performed a “compliance check.” “The compliance investigation is going to examine in detail, among others, the security measures taken by Cathay Pacific to safeguard its customers’ personal data and the airline’s data retention policy and practice,” Wong said. The agency has received 108 inquiries and 89 complaints about the breach.
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