Facebook on Wednesday also globally announced a redesign of its privacy settings, offering step-by-step guides for users to access and even delete their personal data.

Lawmakers have also called on the privacy watchdog to investigate Facebook locally and issue guidelines to marketers regarding the protection of personal data.

In a letter to the commissioner, information technology sector lawmaker Charles Mok urged him to press Facebook on whether Hong Kong users’ information had been transferred to any third party by any means.

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Hong Kong privacy watchdog demands answers from Facebook on data security after Cambridge Analytica scandal

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