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2018.11.2 最新立法會質詢 | 跟進國泰私隱外洩 | 開放數據 | 5G建議書 | 矽谷灣區考察報告
2018-11-02

 

最新立法會質詢 Latest Council question | 跟進國泰私隱外洩 CX data breach 開放數據 Open data | 5G建議書 Submission on 5G | 矽谷灣區考察 Report on visit to Silicon Valley

2018-11-2

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🗣️ 議會工作

 

要求政府交代培育及輸入科技人才計劃之數字

立法會會議10月中旬正式重啟,我提出本會期第一次質詢,要求政府交代「科技人才入境計劃」、「博士專才庫」、「科技專才培育計劃」等計劃的申請數字和詳情,並要求開辦更多獲資歷架構認可的資訊科技課程。(閱讀全文
 

跟進國泰航空私隱外洩事件

今次國泰航空公司私隱外洩事件嚴重,受影響的乘客人數多達約940萬。我提出一系列技術性問題,要求國泰於立法會聯席會議上交代為何逾半年後才公佈事件,以及當初是否有足夠措施防範網絡入侵和私隱外洩。(閱讀全文

 

推動政府開放數據工作

9月份,我在倫敦進行考察期間與英國推動開放數據的國際組織Open Data Institute(ODI)交流,從他們的工作分享中獲得很大的啟發。本周ODI代表訪港,我邀請了政府資訊科技總監和他的同事們與ODI朋友分享香港在開放數據方面的最新進展和計劃,並交流有關英國在開放數據正在試驗的計劃和概念。(閱讀全文
 

回應政府就3.3吉赫及4.9吉赫頻帶內頻譜指配安排的公眾諮詢

政府早前諮詢公眾,建議指配4.9GHz頻段100MHz的頻譜,以及將3.3頻段100MHz的頻譜用於5G服務。我提交了意見書,表示雖然提供5G服務的頻譜增加了,然而整個安排似乎無法解決本港5G服務最迫切的問題:新界東及赤柱的5G禁區。(閱讀意見書全文

 

矽谷灣區考察之報告書

我8月聯同公民黨楊岳橋議員前往美國矽谷灣區開展創科考察之旅,除了訪問跨國科技公司、著名初創孵化器和投資者外,亦有與當地市政府負責智慧城市和數據的官員交流。現將考察所得以報告書及影片和大家分享。(閱讀報告全文

✍🏻文章分享

 

數據的開放與管治:下一個角力場

隨香港逐漸邁向在城市各層面引入科技,市民的生活一舉一動都會無可避免地納入各種數據系統。正面而言,能夠透過分析數據讓城市管理更有效率,但另一方面智慧城市在保護私隱方面的討論卻甚為缺少。(閱讀全文

 

智慧城市須重視資訊安全

政府去年公布《智慧城市藍圖》,愈來愈多關鍵系統例如交通管理、供水系統等會繼續增加安裝探測器。早前港鐵的訊號系統故障引起連鎖效應,令人關注若香港的重要基建系統一旦受到襲擊,有否足夠的應變能力。(閱讀全文

 

創科政策應支援本地科技人才

今年政府投放200多億元用於長遠投資科研和再工業化,屬遠水不能救近火,對於前線從業員和科技企業的幫助甚少;整體投放金額雖然龐大,但創科政策帶來的成效未見顯著。(閱讀全文

 

培訓科技人才由政府做起

面對全球競爭、日益複雜的經濟環境和科技快速發展,不論學生和在職人士都需要持續提升科技技能,尤其是身處有機會被自動化技術取締的行業,例如零售、批發、飲食等。(閱讀全文

 

港府空列指標難追蹤政策進度

未看到具體數據,何以得知每年政府投放動輒幾百億公帑發揮多大實際作用?政府推動輸入外地科技專才、「博士專才庫」、「科技專才培育計劃」、創科創投基金等等,令香港科技人才的薪酬以及高增值職位增加多少?追蹤政策成效需要客觀、量化的指標,而不是「做咗當得咗」。(閱讀全文

 

香港距「無現金」社會有多遠

香港作為先進城市,目前已有各種各樣的支付技術,大部分市民都擁有信用卡、Apple Pay和八達通,甚至不少人亦有使用TnG、支付寶等支付工具,為何仍然未能普及「無現金」生活?(閱讀全文

📽️影片分享

 

2018.10.31就政府無理驅逐馬凱事件發言 Speaking against the visa denial for Victor Mallet (video in Cantonese)
 

2018年10月25日《2018年僱傭(修訂)條例草案》恢復二讀辯論發言 Speaking on the 5-day paternity leave (video in Cantonese)

🗣️Council works

 

Council question on the nurturing and import of IT talents

Legco Council meeting resumed in mid-October and I raised my first Council question on the different government schemes on the nurturing and import of IT talents, and urged the government to offer more subsidies for IT up-skilling. (Read more)
 

Follow-up on the Cathay Pacific data breach

The massive data leak of Cathay Pacific Airways has affected 9.4 million passengers. I urged the airline company to answer a series of technical questions at a joint-panel meeting in Legco in mid-November.
 

Pushing forward the open data progress of the Gov’t

During my duty visit to UK in September, I had the opportunity to meet with the representatives of the Open Data Institute and learn their initiatives on open data. This week, ODI visited Hong Kong and I invited the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer to meet with them and exchange on the latest works of the HK government and the trial projects undertaking by the UK government.
 

Response to the 5G spectrum consultation

The government earlier consulted the public on the arrangements for allocation and assignment of the spectrum in the 3.3 GHz band (3.3 – 3.4 GHz) and the 4.9 GHz band (4.83 – 4.93 GHz) for the provision of public mobile services and the related spectrum utilisation fee. I issued my response and in my submission, I called on the government to tackle the crucial problem of the 5G restricted zones in some areas in the NT East and Stanley.
 

Report on my visit to San Francisco Bay Area

In August, I visited the San Francisco Bay Area with Civic Party lawmaker Alvin Yeung in a bid to acquire insights on Hong Kong I&T development. We published a report and a video to share with the public on some of the I&T policy ideas we gained from our visit.

✍🏻Articles

 

Open data and governance

As we advance into the age of technology, our daily activities from commuting to shopping are all collected as data. While data analysis can lead to more effective municipal management, discussion on data privacy is insufficient.
 

Tougher information security measures needed for smart city

The Smart City Blueprint released by the government last year mentioned various measures on installing sensors for traffic control and water supply. The recent signal collapse incident of MTR raised concerns on our city’s crisis management in the face of major infrastructure failures.

 

New initiatives needed to support tech talent nurturing

The new Policy Address continued to set out more funds but money-driven initiatives only benefit more for long term R&D and re-industrialisation but not so much for front-line tech workers and ICT companies.

 

Government should take the initiative to nurture tech talents

Facing a more complicated global economy and technology advancing in a fast pace, students and our workforce need skill upgrade to remain competitive, especially those with jobs that will be replaced by automated technology in the near future.

 

Failed KPIs make ICT policies hard to evaluate

Without transparency and data, it is challenging to monitor the bulk spending of the government and the outcomes of the policies and funds. The government announced a number of schemes on foreign talent import in recent years, however, are those initiatives creating more jobs and are they benefiting the prospect of our tech workers in Hong Kong?

 

Hong Kong’s road to cashless society

As an international city, it is not uncommon in Hong Kong for people using digital payment and new e-payment tools. However, we have yet seen the city entering into a cashless society.


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