Nikkei Asia | Hong Kong Shrugs Off Big Tech’s Concerns about Anti-Doxxing Law

Nikkei Asia | Hong Kong Shrugs Off Big Tech’s Concerns about Anti-Doxxing Law

Kenn Yee, Analyst with Access Partnership’s Policy Transformation team in Singapore, has provided commentary for an article by Nikkei Asia, highlighting concerns about a data protection bill that has raised alarm with Facebook, Twitter and other global internet platforms.

“As the bill has been hastily finalized, steps must be taken to allay the concerns of industry players and ensure that the implementation does not cause any unintended and undesirable effects.

“Regulators should hold dialogues with stakeholders to clarify and ease concerns, and gather feedback on how the regulations can be implemented and used appropriately.”

Read the full article here.

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