Privacy Policy Statement and Disclaimer

Privacy Policy Statement

Statement of Policy

Magnetar Asia Limited (“MAL”) pledges to comply with the requirements of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (Cap.486) of the Laws of Hong Kong. In doing so, we will ensure compliance by our staff with the strictest standards of security and confidentiality.

When we collect personal data from individuals, we will provide them with a Personal Information Collection Statement ("PICS") on or before the collection in an appropriate format and manner.

Collection of Information

You may be invited to provide your personal data when you visit Magnetar Asia(“MA”) website or when you order our services for different purposes. If you are under the age of 18, you should obtain consent from your parent or guardian before you provide the MA with your personal data.

Statement of Practice

Your personal information collected and held by us will be used for the purpose of processing your course bookings, inquiries, job applications, newsletter subscription, inquiries about MAL’s event invitation.

We will not provide your personal data to third parties for direct marketing or other unrelated purposes without your consent.

Kinds of Personal Data Held

Your personal details, including names, contact information, company information, school information are collected and held by MAL. They are contained in:

Booking inquiry records, which include records containing information collected from you in connection with booking inquiries;

Media inquiry records, which include the name of media organizations and contact information;

General inquiry records, which include name and contact information collected from individuals;

course application records, which include personal data and resume;

Subscription records collected on webservers, which include name, email address, company names, job positions, and geographic location collected for newsletter subscription; and

MAL’s event invitation records, which include name, company names, job positions, and contact information.

Main Purposes of Keeping Personal Data

Personal data held in:

Booking inquiry records are kept for the purposes of responding to and processing booking inquiries and taking follow-up action;

Media inquiry records are kept for handling inquiries from journalists and reporters;

General inquiry records are kept for responding to inquiries from individuals of the public;

course application records are kept for processing course applications;

Subscription records collected on webservers are kept for the purpose of sending newsletters to subscribers registered through the websites;

MAL’s event invitation records are kept for the purpose of updating the guest database, responding to guests' replies and processing the invitation, and taking follow-up action.


Information Collected When You Visit Our Websites

Use of cookies

When you visit this website, we may use cookie files to store and track information about your location, IP address, browser type, domain name and access time of managing and improving the design of the website.

When you browse this website, cookies will be stored in your computer's hard drive. The purpose of using cookies is to facilitate the successful redirection to the correct page upon your clicking on the changing banner. We do not collect or store any personal data from you under this circumstance. You have a choice not to accept the cookies, but if you do, certain functionality, i.e. banner redirection, may not be available. 

Accuracy of Information

You may be requested to provide to MAL certain personal data (particularly relating to your contact information) for specific services. If you fail to provide updated information as requested for each specific service, the provision of such services by MAL may be affected.

Statistics on visitors to our websites

When you visit our website we will record your visit only as a “hit”. The webserver makes a record of your visit that includes your IP addresses (and domain names), the types and configurations of browsers, language settings, geo-locations, operating systems, previous sites visited, and time/duration and the pages visited (visitor data). We use the visitor data for the purpose of maintaining and improving our websites such as to determine the optimal screen resolution, which pages have been most frequently visited etc. We use such data only for website enhancement and optimization purposes. We do not use and have no intention to use the visitor data to personally identify anyone. 

Outsourcing Arrangements

MAL’s email marketing solution system is developed and maintained by a third-party service provider. The third-party service provider may access personal data stored in the system without identification of the data subject.

MAL’s websites are developed and maintained by in-house staff and a local third-party service provider.

MAL’s Premium Wi-Fi service is developed and provided by a third-party service provider. The payment processing is handled by a third party digital payment service provider. The personal information and credit card information are collected and retained by the third-party service providers.

All MAL service providers are bound by contractual duty to keep confidential any data they come into contact with against unauthorized access, use, and retention. 

Our Commitment to Personal Data Security

MAL takes appropriate steps to protect the personal data we hold against loss, unauthorized access, use, modification or disclosure.

To prevent unauthorized access and ensure the correct use of the personal information we collect, MAL has implemented appropriate physical, technical, and administrative measures to safeguard and secure the personal data we collect.

We use industry-standard practices to protect the personal information we collect. For example, we use encryption, firewalls and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology to protect in transmission the personal data we collect online.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, no data transmission over the Internet or any other public network can be guaranteed to be completely secure, and privacy cannot be assured in your communication with us.

Disclosure of Personal Data

The personal information we collect about you will not be disclosed by us to any other party without your prior consent.

Where permitted by applicable local law, we may also disclose your personal data to third parties:  (i) when required by law, by court order, or in response to a search warrant or other legally valid inquiry; (ii) to an investigative body; (iii) to enforce our agreements with you; (iv) with your express consent, or, (v) pursuant to our good faith belief that disclosure is required by law or otherwise necessary to the establishment of legal claims or defenses, to obtain legal advice, to exercise and defend our legal rights, to protect our rights or property and those of our subsidiaries or associated companies, or to protect the life, body or property of an individual. This also applies when we have reason to believe that disclosing the personal data is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may be causing interference with our rights or properties, whether intentionally or otherwise, or when anyone else could be harmed by such activities.

Retention of Information

MAL will retain your personal data collected for a period no longer than necessary for the fulfillment of the purposes for which it is or is to be used. Different retention periods apply to the various kinds of personal data collected and held by MAL. The above is subject to any legal, statutory, regulatory or accounting requirements.

Third-Party Websites

The MA website may from time to time contain linkages to other websites. These other websites are independent of the MA website. MAL has no control or management over the contents of such other websites or their privacy policies or compliance with the law. You should be fully aware that the provisions of such links do not constitute an endorsement, approval, or any form of association by or with MAL or the MA. MAL has no control over your personal data submitted by you, if any, to other websites. This Privacy Policy Statement only applies to the MA website. You should read the respective privacy policies of other websites.

Notice on Direct Marketing

Occasionally, we may use your personal data (including your name and contact details) to send you marketing communications such as emails containing news, offers, promotions, and joint marketing offers. 

We cannot use your personal data unless we have received your consent or indication of no objection.

You can indicate your consent by providing us with your personal data through the Subscription Form on our website, ticking boxes indicating your consent.

You can opt-out from receiving marketing communications at any time, free of charge, by sending us an email at 

Access and Correction of Information and Withdrawal of Consent

You have the right to request in writing to our staff at of MAL:

a. for access to your personal data held by MAL (if any);

b. require MAL to correct your personal data that is inaccurate (if any); and

c. withdraw your consent to the use of your personal data (such withdrawal may, however, affect our services to you).

All such requests will be handled promptly in accordance with the requirements of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance, free of charge.


Any inquiries regarding personal data privacy policy and practice may be addressed to .

We keep our Privacy Policy Statement under regular review. This statement was last updated on 1 April 2020.

Provisions relating to individuals based in the EU

If you are based in the EU, you have a number of additional legal rights in relation to the personal information that we hold about you. These rights include:

Right to obtain certain information:  

You have a right to obtain certain information about our processing, including the purposes of processing the data; the categories of personal data processed; the recipients who receive your personal data; how long we store your personal data or the criteria we apply to determine retention periods; information on the source of the data where it is not collected directly from you; information on the safeguards we use to secure cross-border transfers; and whether we use automated decision making.

Right to receive a copy (data portability): 

You have a right to receive a copy of any personal data which we process about you, in a commonly used and machine-readable format. This extends to the right to request that we transmit your personal data to another data controller, where technically possible. Please note that there may be circumstances in which we are entitled to refuse requests for access to copies of personal information.

Right of erasure: 

You have a right to request the erasure of your personal information in certain circumstances (including where it is no longer necessary for us to retain your personal data for the purposes for which we collected it; or where you withdraw your consent).

Right to restrict data processing: 

You have a right to restrict the processing of your personal data in certain circumstances (including where you contest the accuracy of the data).

Right to object to data processing: 

You have a right to object to the processing of your personal data in certain circumstances (i.e. for direct marketing purposes or for statistical purposes).

Right to withdraw your consent: 

You have a right to withdraw your consent at any time, although this will not affect the lawfulness of any processing carried out before the withdrawal.

Right to lodge a complaint: 

You have a right to raise a complaint with the relevant data protection authority if you think that any of your rights have been infringed by us.

Right to not be subject to automated decision-making: 

You have the right not to be subject to automated decision-making in relation to your personal data. We can confirm that we do not use automated decision-making.

Right to be notified of a data security breach: 

You have a right to be notified in the event of a personal data breach which is likely to result in a high risk to your rights.”

English Version

If there is any inconsistency or conflict between the English and Chinese versions of this Privacy Policy Statement, the English version shall prevail.




Magnetar Asia Limited(簡稱「MAL」)承諾遵守香港法例第 486章《個人資料(私隱)條例》 (「私隱條例」)的規定。為履行此承諾,我們會確保屬下職員依從保安及保密方面最嚴格的規定。



當你瀏覽Magnetar Asia Limited(簡稱「MAL」)網站或透過網上平台訂購我們的服務時,我們可能會不時邀請你提供你的個人資料作不同用途。如你年齡未滿18歲,在你向MAL提供你的個人資料前,你應先取得你的父母或監護人同意。











MAL活動邀請紀錄 :當中包括你的姓名、公司名稱、職位及聯絡資料。







MAL活動邀請紀錄 :保存資料的目的是要處理客戶資料庫、回覆及跟進有關活動。



當你到訪本網站,我們可能會以cookies檔案儲存及追蹤關於你的地理位置、網絡協定地址、網域名稱 、瀏覽器類別、操作系統、之前瀏覽網站,以及瀏覽時間,以作維持及改善本網站運作用途。


















在適用法律許可的範圍內,我們有可能基於以下情況而向第三者披露你的個人資料︰(i) 法律所需、法庭命令或回應搜查令或其他有法律效力的查詢;(ii) 向調查機構透露; (iii)執行我們與你的協定;(iv) 在你明示的同意下,或 (v) 我們懇切相信披露是法律規定的或在其他方面為了確立法律索償或抗辯而有必要透露資料,以便取得法律意見、行使及捍衛我們的法律權利、保障本公司或聯營公司及附屬公司的的產權或權益,或保障個別人士的生命、身體或財產。 如我們有合理理由相信有關個人資料能確認、聯絡或指控任何有意或於其他方面妨害本公司產權及各項權益的人士,又或任何人士將因此而受損害之情況下,我們亦會把個人資料透露。










a. 按照營銷資訊中的指示要求停止收取

b. 電郵至 我們同事提出


通過電郵至 ,你有權:

a. 查閱MAL所存儲的你的個人資料(如有)

b. 要求MAL更正記錄你的錯誤個人資料(如有);及

c. 撤回有關使用個人資料之同意 (此撤回或會影響我們為你提供服務 )。










取得複本的權利 (資料可攜權)









你有權隨時撤回你的同意, 而不會影響在你撤回同意前我們已進行的處理之合法性。