In case you wonder why this blog has fallen silent, it is because I am in Hong Kong for the 7th Sedona Conference Working Group 6 Cross-Border and Data Protection Programme.
That is a fairly intensive programme – a packed agenda, lots of people to talk to and some fine dinners, all wrapped around with a 24-hour journey at each end. It is quite hard to find time to tweet, let alone write anything of substance. I leave shortly for the long haul home.
It has been very good, as this event always is; there is much more to do, and at both ends of the problem – for those who want data and for those who are faced with the task of collecting it. I will write about the issues (abiding by Sedona’s strict rules on non-attribution) when I get back.
Meanwhile, here is a picture of Hong Kong Harbour at night, taken on my last visit here in March.