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2018.12.11 📜 Archives Law & Access to Information | 🎮 E-sports license | 🏡 Short-term home rentals | 🚌 Intelligent traffic safety technologies | 🔎 Security and privacy of consumer credit information
2018-12-11

 

 

檔案法 & 公開資料法 Archives Law & Access to Information | 電競牌照 E-sports license | 短期出租住宿 Short-term home rentals | 交通安全科技 Intelligent traffic safety technologies | 市民信用資料保障 Security and privacy of consumer credit information

2018-12-11

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🗣️ 議會工作

 

回應《檔案法》及《公開資料法》的諮詢文件

我一直與民間團體推動制訂《檔案法》《公開資料法》,法改會上週終於就兩條法例發表諮詢文件,並提出有關立法方向的建議。然而,法改會工作小組歷時五年半和43次會議研究後,對於《檔案法》是否需要立法仍提出問題,我非常失望。《檔案法》及《公開資料法》兩條法例缺一不可,應該同步進行立法,我將繼續推動政府早日就兩條法例進行立法工作。(閱讀全文

 莫乃光:唔講罰則,立到法又點?

 

跟進電競牌照及場地指引事宜

財政司司長於本年二月表示,政府會增撥資源支援電子競技產業發展。然而,電競業界及相關營運者因為發牌制度未夠清晰,影響營運。政府早前答覆我的的立法會質詢中,提到將於2019年首季推出一套有關電競場地的指引,屆時會協助營運者了解和申領所需牌照。我隨即政府和電競業界人士進行一次會面,聆聽業界意見。

閱讀有關立法會質詢

閱讀信函

 

【意見書】關注短期出租住宿法例過於落後

立法會正就《2018年旅館業(修訂)條例草案》進行審議工作,草案內容包括打擊提供短期出租住宿的屋主及租戶。我自2014年的諮詢起,已促請政府盡快制訂規管短宿的政策和制度,但政府至今並沒有全面研究如何以取得平衡的方式規管,例如推行發牌制度,讓短宿在符合安全、顧及社區影響的情況下營運。(閱讀全文

 

推動交通安全科技

就近來多宗嚴重交通意外,我在立法會提出質詢,要求政府研究資助商用車輛試用智能交通安全科技,以改善道路安全,從而減少交通意外造成的人命傷亡、財產損毀和間接的經濟損失。(閱讀全文

 

跟進環聯資訊私隱保障不足事件

持有本港逾 500 萬⼈借貸資料的環聯資訊有限公司及與環聯合作的第三⽅平台被揭發出現漏洞,令第三者能夠運⽤⾝份證號碼、名字及出⽣⽇期。我隨即去信立法會財經事務委員會要求就事件進行特別會議。(閱讀全文 

莫乃光:個人信貸記錄變生財工具?

✍🏻文章分享

 

電子教學配套管理不善須改進

教育局每年花費以億元計公帑推行《第四個資訊科技教育策略》,被審計署發現管理不善、沒有監察成效、對學校配套不足,即使很多學校的推行進度落後,仍然「佛系」冷待,以致未能達到目標。當局必須認真檢視各項支援電子教學的措施,為何效果未如理想。(閱讀全文

 

信用資料流通應平衡私隱

香港消費者目前連索取個人信貸報告都要付費,信貸提供者和信貸資料庫的行為只有實務守則規管,對消費者權益保護實在非常不足。信貸資料流通可以提升經濟效益,但亦必須同時與消費者私隱保障取得平衡。(閱讀全文

📽️影片分享

 

 莫乃光:旅行社牌照要求咁高,初創企業邊有得玩?Speaking for the Travel Industry Bill

🗣️Council works

 

Response to the consultation papers on Archives Law and Access to Information

The Law Reform Commission last week released two consultation papers on Archives Law and Access to Information. In spite of this progress, it is disappointing that after five years and 43 meetings, the LRC’s Subcommittee on Archives Law is still consulting on whether legislation is required. The two laws should be legislated in parallel and without delay. I will continue to work with community groups in pursuit of this important legal framework for Hong Kong.
 

Better regulations on e-sports venues

The Financial Secretary has indicated more support for the development of the e-sports industry in this year’s Budget. However, the licensing issues concerning e-sport operators are still posing huge challenges to their businesses. Replying to my recent Council question, the government said that it is formulating a set of guidelines for e-sports venues to help operators apply for the required licences. As the guidelines will be released in the first quarter of 2019, I am inviting the government to meet with the gaming industry to listen more views. (Read more)
 

Urging review on laws for home-sharing

LegCo is currently scrutinising the Hotel and Guesthouse Accommodation (Amendment) Bill 2018, which will make owners and tenants more accountable under the new laws. I have called on the government as early as 2014 to look into regulating home-sharing with a more balanced approach, including a licensing system to ensure that short-term home rentals can better comply with the safety regulations and eliminate the nuisance to communities. (Read more)
 

Fostering the use of intelligent traffic safety technologies to enhance road safety

In the wake of recent serious traffic accidents, I raised a Council question and suggested the government to subsidise the trial use of intelligent traffic safety technologies on commercial vehicles in order to enhance road safety, thereby reducing the casualties, damage to property and indirect economic loss caused by traffic accidents. (Read more)
 

Follow-up on the privacy leak of TransUnion

The credit reporting agency was founded to have security loopholes by a local newspaper. With simple steps, third parties can obtain highly sensitive information of over 5 million Hong Kong citizens. As the incident is very serious, I demanded the Legco Panel on Financial Affairs to convene a special meeting to discuss the matter.

✍🏻Articles

 

More supports on e-learning needed

Hundreds millions of money was allocated to the implementation of the Fourth Strategy on IT in Education. The latest audit report, however, lambasted the implementation of the e-learning policy of the government, citing improper monitoring and inadequate supports to schools to adopt e-learning. The Education Bureau should review its policies and set out more initiatives to foster the adoption of e-learning in Hong Kong.
 

Better privacy protection before opening credit data

Currently, consumers in Hong Kong need to pay to obtain their own credit data. However, credit reporting agencies only need to comply with the Codes of Practice which is far from adequate to protect the personal data of consumers. Opening up credit data can not be done at the expense of privacy protection.


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電話: (852) 2352 3129

​Office of the Hon Charles Mok, Legislative Councillor (IT)
Address: Room 917, Legislative Council Complex, 1 Legislative Council Road,
Central, Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2352 3129

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