Out-Law.com reports on Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (PCPD) Allan Chiang’s remarks at a recent conference organised by the Office of the PCPD. “Regulatory experience has shown time and again that privacy and data protection cannot be managed effectively if they are merely treated as a compliance issue, doing the least possible to comply with the legal requirements, but with little or no regard to customers’ privacy expectations," he said. Meanwhile, former PCPD Stephen Lau writes about personal data as the currency the Digital Age, the value of data protection for business and related issues for an IDG News report. Editor’s Note: PCPD Allan Chiang will be one of the keynote speakers at The IAPP Asia Privacy Forum in Hong Kong on March 31.
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