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Privacy Commissioner Allan Chiang Yam-wang has served enforcement notices on police and the Hospital Authority after “both bodies had failed to take ‘all reasonably practicable’ steps to keep sensitive information safe from unauthorised or accidental access, loss or use,” The Standard reports. Police lost the personal information of 285 people between October 2011 and this past January when they “mislaid notebooks and copies of fixed-penalty tickets,” the report states, noting, “The Hospital Authority was cited after waste containing patients' data was found outside a shredding factory in Fanling last year.”
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