The Information Accountability Foundation, together with Hong Kong Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data Stephen Kai-yi Wong, has released an "Ethical Accountability Framework for Hong Kong China," as well as "a model assessment and oversight process framework for the cascading of ethics from shared values to workable business process," according to a blog post from the IAF's Martin Abrams. Wong commissioned the IAF to work with nearly two dozen Hong Kong–based businesses to develop the report and framework. "The challenge," Abrams writes, "was to create a compelling and implementable framework for doing the right thing, for all stakeholders, in a legal system with an ombudsman structure for data protection." Though the project was conducted in Hong Kong, Abrams says the "framework has practical use and implications for all privacy regimes." The IAF is also looking for feedback on the documents.
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