Hong Kong has a new Privacy Commissioner Barrister Stephen Wong Kai-yi will commence his post as the new Privacy Commissioner as of 4 August 2015 for a 5 year term. He replaces Allan Chiang Yam-wang. Wong served as legal counsel with the Justice Department from 1986 to 2007 and is an expert in human rights law. He was involved in the legislative process of the 1991 Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance, and was subsequently on loan to the United Nations Human Rights Committee in Geneva as an associate expert. In an interview with the South China Morning Post he said: "I hope I could strengthen the work [of the commission], and maintain its high quality." For more information, please contact Anna Gamvros or Rachel Jacqueline.