HK Transparency Report publishes latest findings

The HK Transparency Report published the findings of its survey of cyberspace surveillance in five jurisdictions on 9 February. The research seeks to shed light on solutions for Hong Kong to improve the current surveillance law and calls for the government to issue guidance to law enforcement agencies in accessing user data. Read the full report here. Project manager Benjamin Zhou (second from left) announced the findings at a press conference with Hong Kong legislative councillor Charles Mok (first from left) on 9 February.