UM Vice Rector Lionel Ni urges government to promote privacy protection in smart city project by legislation

Lionel Ni, vice rector (academic affairs) of the University of Macau (UM), recently attended the Privacy Week 2018 at the invitation of the Office for Personal Data Protection. He gave a keynote speech at a seminar on privacy protection and creating conditions that are conducive to business operation. During the talk, Ni said that Macao enjoys many advantages compared to other cities, and cautioned against a wholesale adoption of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulations in Macao. He urged the Macao SAR government to promote the development of the data industry through legislation and create a privacy-friendly smart city.


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Source: Rector's Office

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2018-05-15

Lionel Ni urges the SAR government to promote privacy protection in its smart city project through legislation

Lionel Ni urges the SAR government to promote privacy protection in its smart city project through legislation
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A seminar on privacy protection and creating conditions conducive to business operation

A seminar on privacy protection and creating conditions conducive to business operation
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A group photo

A group photo
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A souvenir presentation ceremony

A souvenir presentation ceremony
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The seminar attracts a full-house audience

The seminar attracts a full-house audience
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