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Case No.:1998E37
Collection of ID card number by the employer is permissible pursuant to section 17J of the Immigration Ordinance (Cap 115) requiring employers to... <more>
Areas of Concern:Human Resources, Identity Card
Case No.:1998E31
Collection of ID card numbers of patients to identify them for purpose of payment for their treatment by their employers.... <more>
Areas of Concern:Identity Card
Case No.:1998E26
Contract conditions cannot in law have the effect of overriding or derogating from the requirements of the Ordinance.... <more>
Areas of Concern:Identity Card
Case No.:1998E20
Collection of the ID card number of a patient is allowed to ensure correct treatment is given to the correct person.... <more>
Areas of Concern:Identity Card
Case No.:1998E15
2.4.3 of the Code of Practice on the ID Card Number and other personal identifiers does not apply where the record of an ID card number is receiv... <more>
Areas of Concern:DPP2, Identity Card
Case No.:1998E13
Practice in relation to admission of visitors to jewellery fairs including collection of ID card numbers, searching of bags and CCTV camera recor... <more>
Areas of Concern:Identity Card
Case No.:1998E11
Collecting and using ID card number for the purposes of public examinations.... <more>
Areas of Concern:Identity Card, Exemptions
Case No.:1998E02
Whether a data user who collects the the ID card number by means of collecting a copy of the ID card under the Code is entitled to retain the cop... <more>
Areas of Concern:DPP2, Identity Card
Case No.:1997C05
Employee resignation notice containing excessive data... <more>
Areas of Concern:DPP3, DPP4, Human Resources, Identity Card
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