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 August 1, 2010  Business, Laws, Non-U.S.

Jeffrey Ng reports:

Hong Kong’s outgoing privacy commissioner Friday urged the government to consider legislation to better regulate the actions of service monopolies such as Octopus Holdings Ltd., after the cashless-payment operator provoked public discontent when it admitted to selling personal data of nearly 2 million customers to business partners even though it earlier denied doing so.

Read more in the Wall Street Journal.

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