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Date: 17 November 2022

Reaching Out to Schools – Privacy Commissioner Asks Primary School Students to Say “No” to Doxxing and Cyberbullying

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (PCPD) organised a talk on “Protecting and Respecting Personal Data Privacy Online” at S.K.H. St. James’ Primary School on 17 November 2022. During the event, the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (Privacy Commissioner), Ms Ada CHUNG Lai-ling emphasised the importance of protecting and respecting personal data privacy to more than 200 primary five and six students.  The Privacy Commissioner asked the students to say “No” to doxxing and cyberbullying.

The talk is one of the primary school activities organised by the PCPD under the theme of “Stay Vigilant Online: Say ‘No’ to Cyberbullying”. So far, over 8,000 students from 30 primary schools have participated in the activities. Separately, the PCPD has launched a short video competition for primary school students with the theme of “Respecting Privacy Begins with Me” (the Competition), with a view to raising students’ awareness of personal data protection and interest to learn more about the potential privacy risks which exist in the online world. For details of the Competition, please click here to visit the website (Chinese only).

Please click here for the presentation deck (Chinese only).


The Privacy Commissioner Ms Ada CHUNG Lai-ling (center) took a group photo with Mr LEE Man-kit, Principal of the S.K.H. St. James’ Primary School (left), Mr CHEUNG Yung-pong, MH, Honorary Chairman of the Hong Kong Aided Primary School Heads Association and Former Principal of the S.K.H. St. James’ Primary School (right) and all the students.