Privacy Policy

  1. The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region ("Government") is concerned to ensure that all personal data submitted through ( (“”) are handled in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance.
Collection of Information
  1. When you respond to surveys hosted by, we collect and store the survey responses that you submit. The survey creator is responsible for this data and manages it. We treat that information as private to the survey creator, except if the survey creator has made the questions and responses available via a public link. Please contact the survey creator directly to understand how they will use your survey responses, or if you want to access, update, or delete anything in your responses, or if you have any questions about the survey. is not responsible for the content of the hosted survey. The survey creator is usually the same person that invited you to take the survey and sometimes they have their own privacy policy. Some survey creators may provide you with a privacy policy or notice at the time you take their survey and we encourage you to review that to understand how the survey creator will handle your responses.

    Providing survey responses is voluntary. You can choose not to provide an answer to any given survey or question (especially those requesting your personal information or data). However, sometimes this will prevent you from completing a survey if the survey creator has marked that question as requiring an answer.

  2. The Government will record visits to by using cookies and page tagging without collecting any personal identifiable information of users. The collected record is only used for the recommendation of content and compilation of statistical reports to help improve
  1. A cookie is a small amount of data created in a computer when a person visits a website on the computer. It often includes an anonymous unique identifier. A cookie can be used to identify a computer. It, however, is not used to collect any personal information. In other words, it does not have the function of identifying an individual user of the website.

  2. Cookies are used by the Government to collect statistics about the number of visits of users to and the users’ preference of websites and online services offered on Cookies are also used to provide information such as users’ recent browsing history for’s suggestion on targeted content to users.

  3. You may choose to accept or reject cookies. If you reject the cookies, you will not be able to use some of the functions of, such as saving your preferences in using the and accessing some online services on
Page Tagging
  1. Javascript and pixel tags are used to collect statistics on customer usage patterns of and Government online services offered on; and for tracking the performance of our online advertisements. A pixel tag is a transparent image placed on certain webpages to collect data on user activities. The collected data are aggregated and analysed for measuring the effectiveness, improving the usability of and the services / online advertisements provided on No personal or identifiable information about a visitor would be collected.

  2. You may disable JavaScript on your computer. Disabling JavaScript should not affect your access to, but you will not be able to use some of the functions, such as changing text size and accessing Government online services offered through
Social Media Features
  1. may include social media features or widgets, including but not limited to the Facebook Share function. Use of these features may allow them to collect your IP address, detect which page you are visiting on our site, and set a cookie to enable the feature to function properly. Your interactions with these features are governed by the privacy policy of the third party providing it.
Online Tracking
  1. currently does not process or comply with any web browser’s “do not track” signal or other similar mechanism that indicates a request to disable online tracking of individual users who visit our website or use our services (unless otherwise stated in a service-specific privacy statement).
Provision of Personal Data
  1. For different purposes and at different times you may be invited to provide personal data to the Government on a voluntary basis. The data may include name, telephone number, mailing address or e-mail address. The Government will specify the collection purpose and intended usage of your data when it invites you to provide such information and advise you how you may request access to or correction of the personal data provided.

  2. Unless permitted or required by law, the Government will not disclose your personal data to any third parties without your prior consent.

  3. uses SSL protocol to encrypt data during network transmission to protect your personal data. All personal data you provide to the Government via are secured, and access to it is restricted to authorised personnel only.
English and Chinese version of this Privacy Policy
  1. This Privacy Policy has been translated into Chinese. If there is any inconsistency or ambiguity between the English version and the Chinese version, the English version shall prevail. If you have any enquiries, please contact us at