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Hong Kong United Against Illicit Trade (“HKUAIT”) attaches great importance in protecting personal data privacy and is committed to implementing and complying with all relevant provisions of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance.
HKUAIT may collect personal data, including name, contact number, postal address or email address, for various purposes which vary according to the nature of HKUAIT’s functions or activities, such as administration of the activities, participating events organised by HKUAIT, seeking advices or feedback on policy or operational matters, acquisition of services or handling of enquiries. If other occasions arise, you will be explicitly informed, on or before collecting your personal data, of the purpose for which the data is to be used and the classes of persons to whom the data may be transferred, if any.
The personal data collected will only be used for a purpose that is the same as or directly related to the purpose for which the data was to be used at the time of collection. No personal data held by us will be disclosed to any unauthorised personnel or third parties without your prescribed consent unless it is permitted or required to be disclosed under the laws of Hong Kong.
HKUAIT keeps personal data held by us confidential. Such personal data will be protected against unauthorised or accidental access, processing, erasure, loss or use and only be accessed by authorised personnel for the purposes for which the data is collected.
Access to Personal Data
You have the rights to request access to and correction of your personal data held by us. Request for access or correction should be made in writing to the Executive Director, or with other person as specifically advised at our contact us page.