And also if there is any commercial interest involved, we would like to see that the persons involved will stop selling these images to obtain gains without the consent of the people concerned.
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“On whether this exhibition should be exempted as an ‘art’ under the Data Protection Act of UK, I cannot help but ask where the artistic input of the artist is in these images.” In a reply to Channel 4, the British Information Commissioner’s Office said it was aware of the exhibition and was making enquires.
With the geolocation of the various images all pointing to the single location, Wing Lee Street in Sheung Wan, the accuracy of the coordinates remains in doubt.
Even [though] images may be collected from the public or public domain on the internet, it does not mean that those images can be used without invading the privacy of someone.” In an interview with Channel 4, Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data Stephen Wong Kai-yi, called for the Hong Kong images to be pulled from the exhibition.
Hong Kong privacy chief alarmed at plan to gather data on passengers taking new premium taxis “Given the concerns about the personal data of citizens or residents of Hong Kong, we as regulators would like to see that these images are removed from the gallery.
It approaches it from a customer’s perspective, which is great for us and makes us feel like we have a voice.
A controversial London art exhibition featuring images captured by unsecured webcams has raised alarm bells among Hong Kong privacy advocates.
“It may be difficult to argue that those images, which may constitute personal data of an individual, were collected in a fair manner,” said Craig Choy, barrister and expert in privacy law for the Progressive Lawyers’ Group.