The Hong Kong Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (PDPO) is
a data protection law administered and enforced by
the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (the
Privacy Commissioner). Hong Kong’s PDPO governs the
collection, holding, processing, use, and disclosure of
personal data by public and private sector data users within
Hong Kong. The Privacy Commissioner promotes, monitors, and
enforces the PDPO, including the PDPO’s six data protection
principles which put in place comprehensive protection
measures across the lifecycle of personal data.
We have created a whitepaper intended to help our customers
understand the PDPO and how Google Cloud implements data
privacy and security capabilities to store, process,
maintain, and secure customer data in a way that aids
customers in meeting their PDPO obligations.