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Why HR Teams Need A Robust Digital Management System
On 28 November, our Hong Kong payroll team participated in the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management (HKIHRM) Annual Conference & Exhibition 2018.
Hong Kong
5 Dec 2018
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Best Practices On NFC Mobile Payments Issued In Hong Kong
Near field communication mobile payment services are on the rise in Hong Kong, and are offered in many retail outlets as a payment method.
Hong Kong
18 Dec 2013
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Contemplated Unified Licensing Framework Ushers In New Opportunities In The Era Of Fixed Mobile Convergence
Technological barriers segregating fixed and mobile telecommunications services are fast disappearing. Emerging technologies such as Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) will soon enable users to enjoy high-speed voice/data connectivity using a single handset anyplace anytime.
Hong Kong
22 Feb 2006
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VoIP Services Now Regulated In Hong Kong
On 6 January 2006, following an extensive public consultation process spanning over fifteen months, the Telecommunications Authority (TA) finalised the regulatory regime for VoIP services and created a new Services-Based Operator (SBO) Licence.
Hong Kong
17 Feb 2006
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File Sharing Debate Reaches Hong Kong
On 27 April 2005, the Hong Kong Government announced that it had brought criminal charges against a Hong Kong man for illegally sharing three files containing Hollywood movies on the Internet using BitTorrent technology. The man was arrested in January 2005 and subsequently released until the criminal charges were formally laid in April 2005.
Hong Kong
23 Jun 2005
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Whose Spam is it Anyway? Goetz Trading Ltd v Pacific Supernet Ltd*
A recent decision of the District Court of Hong Kong which interpreted a warranty clause relating to spam very narrowly has once again highlighted the fact that wide warranties in service contracts may not prove to be that useful.
Hong Kong
14 Oct 2004
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The Club Med or Club Fed Approach to Regulating SPAM: Hong Kong´s Dilemma
The Internet may have given us an unprecedented tool for locating and sharing information but it has also provided an unwelcome accomplice – unsolicited electronic commercial messages on a large scale, otherwise known as spam. The debate centres on the following question: in a borderless environment how can individual countries protect the privacy rights of their citizens whilst still allowing legitimate e-marketing to occur. This article examines Hong Kong's role in the global fight against
Hong Kong
23 Sep 2004
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A Further Shake-Up of the Hong Kong Mobile Phone Market?
On 19 March 2004 the Telecommunications Authority ("TA") in Hong Kong released its second consultation paper on second generation mobile service licences ("Second ConsultationPaper") sparking further controversy. The first consultation paper relating to licensing of mobile services on expiry of existing 2G licenses ("First Consultation Paper") was issued by the TA on 1 August 2003, and 23 submissions were received by the end of the consultation period, 2 October 2003.
Hong Kong
 
28 Jun 2004
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Online Registered Design Search
The Hong Kong Intellectual Property Department Commenced The Soft Launch Of An Online Registered Design Search On 16 February 2004
Hong Kong
17 Mar 2004
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OFTA Issues a Class Licence for the Provision of In-building Telecommunications Systems
The issue of the Class Licence comes following the required process of consultation which took place in March/April 2002. In order to fall within the ambit of the Class Licence the proposed operator must comply with various conditions and fulfil certain requirements, some of which are summarised below.
Hong Kong
21 Oct 2002
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OFTA Issues Consultation Paper On The Creation Of A Class Licence For The Provision Of Public Wireless Local Area Network Services, and Announces a Proposed Exemption From Licensing for "Private" Telecommunications
On 2 August 2002, the Office of the Telecommunications Authority ("OFTA") issued a Consultation Paper inviting public views regarding the creation of a Class Licence for the provision of wireless Local Area Networks ("LANs") to the public in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong
 
20 Aug 2002
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Telecommunications (Amendments) Bill 2002 - to Control Merger and Acquisition Activities in the Telecommunications Market
The Telecommunications (Amendments) Bill 2002 was gazetted on 3rd May, 2002 and aims to amend the Telecommunications Ordinance to provide a legislative framework for the regulation of merger and acquisition activities in the telecommunications sector where such activities may reduce competition in the market.
Hong Kong
 
7 Aug 2002
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New Code of Practice on Protection of Customer Information for Fixed and Mobile Telecommunications Service Operators
On 17 June 2002, the Office of the Telecommunications Authority, acting in collaboration with the Consumer Council, the Independent Commission Against Corruption and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, issued the Code to help ensure that data held by the Fixed and Mobile Telecommunications service operators, are properly protected from misuse
Hong Kong
 
7 Aug 2002
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New Measures for Landing Rights of Foreign Satellite Television
The Provisional Measures for the Administration of the Examination and Approval of the Landing of Foreign Satellite Television Channel (the "Measures") were promulgated by the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television ("SARFT") and took effect from 1st February, 2002. The Measures aim at tightening control over foreign satellite television by regulating the approval system of all satellite broadcasting into the PRC.
Hong Kong
7 Aug 2002
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China Intends for a Digital Television System to be up and Running by 2010, and to Completely Replace its Analogue Broadcasting System by 2015
Digital Television ("DTV"), which includes High Definition Television ("HDTV") and Standard Definition Television ("SDTV"), is television in which the programmes are produced, encoded, transmitted, received and decoded using digital technology
Hong Kong
 
6 Aug 2002
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Changes to the Registration System of Technology Transfer Contracts in China
In the past, all technology transfer contracts had to be registered before they were legally enforceable in the PRC. However, according to the new regulations on technology import and export which came into effect on 1 January, 2002, a new category of technology, the import or export of which does not require the approval of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Co-operation ("MOFTEC"), was created.
Hong Kong
6 Aug 2002
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Licensing of Mobile Telephone Jamming Devices
On 10 April 2002, in response to a LEGCO question, the Secretary for Information Technology and Broadcasting, Mrs Carrie Yau, outlined the Telecommunications Authority's ("TA") position on devices which block mobile communications. The use of such jamming devices is currently illegal in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong
 
6 Aug 2002
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Offences Committed By Viewing Child Pornography On Computers
The UK Court of Appeal in R v (1) Graham Westgarth Smith, (2) Mike Jayson (2002) held that mere internet browsing of web-pages, or opening of emails, containing indecent photographs of children is an offence under English Law (s1.(1) of the Protection of Children Act 1978). Hong Kong law differs from English law in this respect.
Hong Kong
 
6 Aug 2002
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The Office of the Telecommunications Authority Statement on 18 March 2002 of its Ciews on Interconnection Charges
The telecommunications industry cannot work without interconnection between different carriers. If the carriers cannot agree interconnection terms this has a negative effect on the market. Accordingly, the Telecommunications Authority ("TA") has a role in regulating interconnection arrangements to ensure there is interconnection.
Hong Kong
6 Aug 2002
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