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Charles Peter Mok, JP (born 1964 in Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong-based Internet entrepreneur and IT advocate who represents the Information Technology functional constituency on the Hong Kong Legislative Council. Mok is currently a regular columnist for a number of local print media, including the Hong Kong Economic Journal (since 2000) and CUP magazine (since 2005). In the 2012 election, Mok won the Information Technology seat with 2,828 votes, against 2,063 votes for the incumbent, his only opponent, Tam. He was reelected his Legislative Council seat in the 2016 election.

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  • Charles Peter Mok, JP (born 1964 in Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong-based Internet entrepreneur and IT advocate who represents the Information Technology functional constituency on the Hong Kong Legislative Council. Mok is currently a regular columnist for a number of local print media, including the Hong Kong Economic Journal (since 2000) and CUP magazine (since 2005). In the 2012 election, Mok won the Information Technology seat with 2,828 votes, against 2,063 votes for the incumbent, his only opponent, Tam. He was reelected his Legislative Council seat in the 2016 election.
  • Charles Peter Mok, JP (born 1964 in Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong-based Internet entrepreneur and IT advocate who represents the Information Technology functional constituency on the Hong Kong Legislative Council. [[File:Professor with Charles Mok.jpg|right|260px|thumb|Mok is interviewed by Professor Douglas Arner(centre) from the University of Hong Kong on FinTech.]] Mok is currently a regular columnist for a number of local print media, including the Hong Kong Economic Journal (since 2000) and CUP magazine (since 2005).
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  • Charles Peter Mok, JP (born 1964 in Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong-based Internet entrepreneur and IT advocate who represents the Information Technology functional constituency on the Hong Kong Legislative Council. Mok founded HKNet in 1994, and contributed the company's expansion as a major IP telecommunications operator in Hong Kong before its acquisition by NTT Communications in 2000. He was a founding chairman of Internet Society, Hong Kong Chapter, and the ex officio member and ex-president of the . He was also a past chairman and a co-founder of the . He is currently a Hong Kong Legislative Councillor. He has been actively promoting the industry's development and digital comprehension in the region since the early 1990s. He has been actively participating in the community to promote fair competition, media freedom, personal privacy, consumer protection, healthcare, transport, human rights and democracy development in Hong Kong. In 1999, he was awarded as one of Hong Kong's " Ten Outstanding Young Digi Persons”. Mok is currently a regular columnist for a number of local print media, including the Hong Kong Economic Journal (since 2000) and CUP magazine (since 2005). In Hong Kong's 2008 Legislative Council Election, Mok lost to Samson Tam in the Information Technology functional constituency with 1982 votes, just 35 fewer than Tam's total of 2017 votes. Mok commenced a legal action in the High Court of Hong Kong against Tam in relation to the latter's alleged misconduct during campaigning. In the 2012 election, Mok won the Information Technology seat with 2,828 votes, against 2,063 votes for the incumbent, his only opponent, Tam. He was reelected his Legislative Council seat in the 2016 election.
  • Charles Peter Mok, JP (born 1964 in Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong-based Internet entrepreneur and IT advocate who represents the Information Technology functional constituency on the Hong Kong Legislative Council. [[File:Professor with Charles Mok.jpg|right|260px|thumb|Mok is interviewed by Professor Douglas Arner(centre) from the University of Hong Kong on FinTech.]] Mok founded HKNet in 1994, and contributed the company's expansion as a major IP telecommunications operator in Hong Kong before its acquisition by NTT Communications in 2000. He was a founding chairman of Internet Society, Hong Kong Chapter, and the ex officio member and ex-president of the . He was also a past chairman and a co-founder of the . He is currently a Hong Kong Legislative Councillor. He has been actively promoting the industry's development and digital comprehension in the region since the early 1990s. He has been actively participating in the community to promote fair competition, media freedom, personal privacy, consumer protection, healthcare, transport, human rights and democracy development in Hong Kong. In 1999, he was awarded as one of Hong Kong's " Ten Outstanding Young Digi Persons”. Mok is currently a regular columnist for a number of local print media, including the Hong Kong Economic Journal (since 2000) and CUP magazine (since 2005). In Hong Kong's 2008 Legislative Council Election, Mok lost to Samson Tam in the Information Technology functional constituency with 1982 votes, just 35 fewer than Tam's total of 2017 votes. Mok commenced a legal action in the High Court of Hong Kong against Tam in relation to the latter's alleged misconduct during campaigning. In the 2012 election, Mok won the Information Technology seat with 2,828 votes, against 2,063 votes for the incumbent, his only opponent, Tam. He was reelected his Legislative Council seat in the 2016 election.
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