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For me at the age of 19|Cai Ruolian said that she did not watch the film and reminded all schools to handle student data carefully

2023-02-08T02:14:10.461Z


The documentary "For the Nineteen-Year-Old Me" directed by the famous director Maggie Cheung was publicly criticized by the famous girl Ya Ling in the documentary. Cai Ruolian, director of the Education Bureau, responded to the incident today (8th),


The documentary "For the Nineteen-Year-Old Me" directed by the famous director Maggie Cheung was publicly criticized by the famous girl Ya Ling in the documentary.

The Director of the Education Bureau, Cai Ruolian, responded to the incident today (8th), saying that she has not watched the documentary and knows that the school has set up a crisis team to arrange support for the affected teachers and students.

She said that she knew that the film had been suspended on February 6. The bureau has been using different channels, such as the "School Administration Manual" to remind schools to ensure the purpose and method of collecting data, the use of data, access and Disclosure etc. are in compliance with the Privacy Ordinance.


▼February 5, the day before the suspension of the release of "For Me at the Age of Nineteen"▼


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Cai Ruolian: I learned that the school has launched a crisis management procedure to support the affected teachers and students

The "For My Nineteen-Year-Old Me" incident has aroused controversy in the society over personal data privacy, especially the issue of student privacy. When collecting personal data of students, it is necessary to ensure that the purpose and method of data collection, use, access and disclosure of data are in compliance with the "Privacy Ordinance".

She also pointed out that she learned that the school has launched a crisis management procedure to follow up and support the affected teachers and students.

▼February 6, the first school day after the incident of "For Me at Nineteen" at Yinghua Girls' School▼


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The Office of the Privacy Commissioner issued a press release on Monday (6th) stating that it was concerned about the incident and had contacted the Ying Hua Girls' School to learn more about it.

The PCPD stated that no relevant complaints or inquiries have been received as of today. Anyone who suspects that their personal data privacy has been violated and can provide prima facie evidence may lodge a complaint with the PCPD.

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