Kenneth Cheung | Hong Kong | Hogan Lovells

Kenneth Cheung

Associate Global Regulatory


English, Cantonese, Mandarin


Kenneth Cheung
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Kenneth is a technology and privacy lawyer who advises banks and insurance entities, as well as clients in the consumer and luxury goods, media and entertainment and telecoms sectors on data privacy, IT / technology outsourcing contracts, telecommunications licensing and regulation, as well as internet regulatory, e-commerce, general commercial, consumer protection and intellectual property issues. His most recent focus has been on Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) contracts, cloud and blockchain services, telecommunication services, Internet-of-things (IoT) such as connected cars, issues relating to unsolicited electronic messages and electronic signatures, and assisting Hong Kong-based clients and employers with data privacy compliance.

Representative experience

Advising a major Hong Kong insurer on data privacy issues in relation to the launch of an online and mobile insure-tech application and the negotiation of the platform development agreement.

Advising several leading automotive manufacturers on telecommunications licensing, regulatory and data privacy issues in connection with the launch of connected cars and connected car services.

Advising a Chinese technology giant on multi-jurisdictional telecommunications licensing and regulatory issues in relation to the global launch of a video-conferencing software.

Advising a leading credit card network on data privacy, telecommunications licensing and regulatory, and consumer protection issues in relation to payment processing services and instalment offerings.

Advising a Chinese technology giant on multi-jurisdictional data privacy compliance and enforceability of terms and conditions against minors in relation to the global launch of an online game.

Advising a financial institution on the Hong Kong Privacy Commissioner’s investigation of the client’s data practices.