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South China Morning Post reports complaints and enquiries to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (PCPD) peaked in 2013, “driven partly by new restrictions on companies’ use of their customers’ personal data for direct marketing.” The PCPD reported Thursday that more than 75 percent of the “complaints targeted private organisations, while more than half of the enquiries asked about the marketing restrictions,” the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data said on Thursday. The number of complaints received in 2013 was up 48 percent over 2012, the report states. (Editor’s Note: The IAPP Asia Privacy Forum comes to Hong Kong on 31 March.)
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