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2018.9.19 Data privacy on high-speed railway | Concerns on corporate disclosure | Proposals to the Policy Address | Visit to London
2018-09-19

 

  關注高鐵乘客的個人資料保障 Data privacy on high-speed railway | 關注上市公司文件欠專業 Concerns on corporate disclosure | 《施政報告》建議書 Proposals to the Policy Address | 倫敦創科考察 Visit to London |

2018-9-19

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🗣️ 議會工作

 

就2018年施政報告諮詢發表建議書

我與專業議政一眾議員於8月中旬會晤行政長官林鄭月娥,對10月施政報告提交主題為《鞏固優勢放眼國際》、共50多項建議的建議書,旨在提升香港核心競爭力、為未來發展做好準備、掃除障礙推動創新、建設以人為主的智慧城市、開放政府,以及捍衛港人權利和自由。(閱讀完整建議書

 

關注高鐵香港段上市民個人資料或被傳送至內地

就港鐵在西九龍站和高鐵列車的免費Wi-Fi服務聲明中指供應商會收集用戶的個人資料,並可轉讓或披露予中華人民共和國政府機構及其認可機構,作防止或偵破罪案用途。我去信要求港鐵回應如何分隔中港兩方口岸區的電訊及互聯網服務,以保障港人個人私隱及公眾利益。(閱讀信件
 

倫敦考察:英式智慧城市

我上週隨立法會代表團在英國進行議會訪問,趁正式訪問未開始前便利用今次出行的機會在倫敦展開另類訪問,繼上個月三藩市矽谷灣區的考察後再為香港智慧城市發展取經。(詳見文章分享部分)

創科考察手記
【倫敦:智慧城市 = 改革政府!】

【倫敦:再次證明,國際化是香港最吸引優勢!】

【倫敦:Startups 看香港 vs 新加坡 】

【倫敦:Open Data Institute 】

議會考察手記

【倫敦Day 1:得來不易的民主 】

【倫敦Day 1/2:罰停賽,無糧出? 】

【倫敦Day 2(2):「香港是英國歷史重要的一部分」】

【倫敦Day 2(3):問佢大灣區,佢答係唔係新加坡?】

【倫敦Day 3:FCO+ETO+RCA 】

【愛丁堡Day 4:蘇格蘭的一國兩制 】

【愛丁堡Day 5:英國、蘇格蘭之間的中央與地方關係 】

 

關注上市公司文件欠專業

上月有上市公司公布業績的文件出現政治評論,以及在文件中出現大量書面語、口語夾雜的情況。我和專業議政的議員聯署去信港交所及證監會表達關注,希望類似情況不會變成慣例。(閱讀信件

✍🏻文章分享

 

倫敦考察:香港需把握國際化優勢

當香港政府過分側重與內地融合、積極宣傳大灣區發展、放棄對一國兩制的國際宣傳和香港的獨特優勢,其客觀結果,就是外國政府和創科社群對香港的認知和興趣越來越低。(閱讀全文

 

科技法例多管齊下 杜絕黃牛黨

黃牛炒賣門票的問題在海外同樣嚴重,除了透過票務平台以技術應付外,不少地區政府修例介入,香港政府必須更積極負上撥亂反正的責任。(閱讀全文

 

施政報告建議—鞏固優勢 放眼國際

香港在推動創新科技政策方面除面向大灣區發展外,亦應以國際化發展為基本策略,以提高香港初創企業在數碼經濟時代的國際競爭力。(閱讀全文

 

三藩市灣區如何推動智慧城市?

與香港比較,三藩市灣區的智慧城市計劃重社區參與、建立共識,解決問題。香港的智慧城市發展標榜功能和數量,能否營造創新的氛圍,為市民解決迫切問題?(閱讀全文

📽️活動回顧

 

2018.9.4《社交媒體的第三隻眼 – 私隱與自由研討會》回顧 Recap of our seminar on social media and privacy (video in Cantonese)

🗣️Council works

 

ICT policy proposals for the 2018 Policy Address

I met with the Chief Executive in August together with members from the Professionals Guild to discuss our concerns and proposals for the upcoming Policy Address. At the meeting, I presented my policy proposal to Carrie Lam of which contains over 50 items on ICT development and other policy areas. This year my suggestions focus on raising the competitiveness of Hong Kong and strengthening the international engagement. I urge the government to prepare for the challenges arising from new technology and innovations, shape a proper regulatory framework for innovators, foster the progress of Smart City and step up the efforts to a more open government. (Read my 14 key policy proposals)
 

Data privacy concerns on high-speed railway

It has been reported that when passengers connect to the free WiFi service provided at the West Kowloon terminus and on the trains, users’ personal information will be shared to mainland authorities and authorised organisations. I have written to MTRC and demanded explanation on the matter.
 

The UK experience of Smart City

I joined the Legco delegation last week for a parliamentary visit to London and Edinburgh. Before the official visit began, I took the opportunity to meet with government officials working on Smart City projects in London, trade officials from the Department for International Trade, and also exchanged with the Open Data Institute and the start-up community.
 

Concerns on the quality of corporate disclosure

A listed company in Hong Kong issued a corporate document online in late August, in which there are many grammatical mistakes in both the Chinese and English versions, and the Chinese version is written in a mix of formal and colloquial Chinese. The political content mentioned in the document is also improper for a listed company to address. Joining other members from the Professionals Guild, we wrote to the HKEx and SFC to express our concerns that this should not become a trend for other listed companies to follow.

✍🏻Articles

 

Hong Kong needs to maintain our competitive edge

When the government places great emphasis on the Greater Bay Area development and ignores the international engagement and our unique position under the One Country Two Systems, it is no wonder that governments and the technology community worldwide are losing interests in Hong Kong or have little knowledge of the I&T initiatives we implement to attract foreign businesses.
 

Combat ticket scalping with the use of technology

Apart from Hong Kong, ticket scalping is also rampant in many countries which has prompted governments and regulators to review the laws and explore solutions with new technology. The Hong Kong government should take a more active role to update its technology as well as regulations to combat the problem.

 

Proposals to the 2018 Policy Address

The government should devise strategy to help local start-ups to globalise apart from aiming at the Greater Bay Area development.

 

The San Francisco Bay Area model: How can we build a Smart City?

Compared to Hong Kong, the San Francisco Bay Area’s model in developing Smart City emphasises user engagement and consensus building. What can we learn from the San Francisco experience in formulating our Smart City policies in order to cater to the needs of our citizens?


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