Hong Kong’s privacy commissioner is launching an investigation of Cathay Pacific because of a recent high-profile data security breach that affected millions of customers. The Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data has already conducted a compliance check following Cathay’s notification of the data breach in October. Based on that check, the commissioner stated “there are reasonable grounds to believe that there may be a contravention of a requirement under the law” ...

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