Commissioner: Privacy Office Should Prosecute
PRIVACY—HONG KONGDecember 20, 2010
Privacy Commissioner Allan Chiang feels that privacy-related prosecutions should be left to his office, reports rthk.hk. Speaking at an RTHK program, Chiang said that resource limitations prevent the police from making privacy offenses a high priority. This, and the fact his office has the expertise means that his office should be given the power to prosecute, he said.