Khurana and Khurana
At the very outset, TikTok reportedly censors materials globally which is deemed politically sensitive to the Chinese Communist Party, including content related to the recent Hong Kong...
Senior Partner Nick Gall and Senior Associate Felda Yeung at Gall are acting for the Plaintiff in Cyberworks Audio Video Technology Limited v Mei Ah (HK) Company Limited & Ors  HKCFI 347...
On 9 April 2019, the Hong Kong Commerce and Economic Development Bureau (CEDB) announced a plan to amend the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Ordinance (UEMO)
The Class Licence for Offer of Telecommunications Services ("CLOTS") regime was introduced in 2007.
The Class Licence for Offer of Telecommunications Services (CLOTS) regime was introduced in 2007.
On 28 November, our Hong Kong payroll team participated in the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management (HKIHRM) Annual Conference & Exhibition 2018.
On August 22, the Privacy Commissioner issued a Media Statement announcing two charges against a telecommunications company under the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance ...
We reported in our Q3 2017 issue of our IP & TMT Quarterly Review that in the dispute between Zhejiang Tangde Film & Television Co., Ltd ("Tangde") and Shanghai Canxing Culture & Broadcast Co., Ltd...
China's Latest Position on Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEM) and Trade Mark Infringement
On July 31, the PCPD submitted comments in response to the public consultation on "Strengthening the Regulation of Person-to-Person Telemarketing Calls."
On 13 January 2017, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) announced the commencement on 16 January 2017 of the Internet app store registration program in China.
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
The implementation of the new Competition Ordinance (Chapter 619 of the Laws of Hong Kong) on 14 December 2015 will mark the first time that Hong Kong has had a general and cross-sector competition law.
On November 25, the PCPD issued a new guidance note titled Best Practice Guide for Mobile App Development to assist mobile app developers in complying with the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance when building apps.
Near field communication mobile payment services are on the rise in Hong Kong, and are offered in many retail outlets as a payment method.
Morrison & Foerster LLP
On June 1, following almost two years of public consultations and legislative contemplation, Hong Kong’s telecommunications industry regulator, the Office of the Telecommunications Authority (OFTA) brought into force the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Ordinance (the Ordinance).
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.
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.
First it was CD. Then it was DVD. Now, it is cable-TV.
Mobile and fixed-line carriers may find themselves operating in the same space under a new unified licensing system as the Hong Kong telecommunications regulator considers how to best deliver the next generation of voice and high-speed internet services.
Hong Kong's telecommunications regulator OFTA has announced its decision to abolish the mandatory Type II interconnection policy applicable to telephone exchanges for individual buildings covered by such exchanges by 30 June 2008, two years ahead of its original proposal. The announcement was made on 6 July 2004 in the "Statement of the Telecommunications Authority "Review of type II interconnection "(the "Statement")