Category: Research

  • Bridging the Digital Chasm through the Fundamental Right to Technology


    Sun, Haochen, Bridging the Digital Chasm through the Fundamental Right to Technology (May 14, 2021). 28 Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy 75 (2020).

  • HKU AI Lawyer: Sentencing Predictor for Drug Trafficking 港大人工智能律師:販毒罪量刑估算程式


    This workshop will be held via Zoom on Tuesday, May 18 to introduce and demonstrate the use of the AI-assisted sentencing predictor for the offence of trafficking in dangerous drugs in Hong Kong.

  • New Book co-edited by Haochen Sun: The Cambridge Handbook of Copyright Limitations and Exceptions


    Balganesh, S., Wee Loon, N., & Sun, H. (Eds.). The Cambridge Handbook of Copyright Limitations and Exceptions (Cambridge Law Handbooks). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, January 2021.

  • Prof. Anne Cheung Interviewed in CHOICE Magazine


    Professor Anne Cheung was interviewed by the Consumer Council in CHOICE Magazine concerning contract law implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Click here to read the full interview (in Chinese).

  • First Annual Conference of a Platform Governance Research Network


    The conference will be held online from 24-26 March, 2021. This will be a 3-day, multi-part conference on platform governance. Please register via the conference link.

  • PPChecker: Towards Accessing the Trustworthiness of Android Apps’ Privacy Policies


    Authored by Henry Chang et al., IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, Vol. 47, No. 2, published in February 2021.

  • Prof. Anne Cheung Presented at the Data Privacy Day 2021


    Prof. Cheung discussed the regulatory and compliance challenges facing Hong Kong which arise from different data protection standards imposed by the EU General Data Protection Regulation and China’s emerging data protection regime.

  • Call for Papers, Platform Governance Research Network, First Annual Conference


    The First Annual Conference of a Platform Governance Research Network will take place on 24-26 March 2021.

  • Promoting Creative and Ethical Use of Copyright Works in Education


    KE Impact Project Grant (2019 – 2020)

  • Artificial Intelligence for Legal Services: Sentencing Wizard on Drug Trafficking

    Interdisciplinary Knowledge Exchange (KE) Project Fund (2019 – 2021)

  • Intellectual Property and the Public Interest

    HKU Faculty Knowledge Exchange (KE) Award (2020-2021)

  • Ethics in Artificial Intelligence – A Disjoint Between Knowing and Acting


    Dr. Henry Chang’s article on Journal of Data Protection & Privacy, Volume 3, Number 3, 2020.

  • Dr. Haochen Sun awarded HKU Faculty Knowledge Exchange Award 2020


    The Faculty KE Awards were introduced in 2011 in order to recognize each Faculty’s outstanding KE accomplishment that has made demonstrable economic, social or cultural impacts to benefit the community, business/industry, or partner organizations.

  • After Unwired Planet why its now over to Chinas courts to set global FRAND rates


    This article by Douglas Clark was first published in Intellectual Asset Magazine in September 2020.

  • Hong Kong: Covid-19 and Privacy


    Anne’s new blog post on Blogdroiteuropeen about Hong Kong relating to COVID-19 and privacy issues.

  • Recruiting for Post-doctoral Fellow in Technology Law


    The Centre is recruiting for a Post-doctoral Fellow in Technology Law. Interested parties please apply online via the HKU HR website.
    Applications will close on November 30, 2020 (HK Time).

  • The Fundamental Right to Technology


    Haochen’s article on Hofstra Law Review, Volume 48, Issue 2, page 445. Published in Winter 2019.

  • Reinvigorating the Human Right to Technology


    Haochen’s article on Michigan Journal of International Law, Volume 41, Issue 2, page 279. Published in June 2020.

  • Facebook, Twitter, Google Face Free-Speech Test in Hong Kong


    Haochen was interviewed by The Wall Street Journal. Published on July 3, 2020.

  • Competition Law in Developing Countries


    Competition Law in Developing Countries, authored by Thomas Cheng, Oxford University Press, May 2020, 608 pages.