Charles Mok has a long involvement with the Hong Kong Internet community.
He is the founding chairman of the Internet Society Hong Kong Chapter, former president of the Hong Kong Information Technology Federation (HKITF), and former chairman and co-founder of the Hong Kong Internet Service Providers Association (HKISPA).
Educated as an electrical engineer, he also has a strong business grounding, having been the Deputy Managing Director and a co-founder of one of Hong Kong's first Internet service providers. He is a director of a technology consultancy business and sits on the boards of several technology companies.
Mr Mok is a member of the Policy Advisory Board for the operator of the .mobi sponsored top level domain and is a former director of the .hk domain name registry. His has served on many government bodies and advisory committees, has a deep commitment to cross-sector public affairs, and is an experienced media commentator on technology issues.
On 9th September 2012, Charles Mok won his seat (of the Information Technology Functional Constituency) for the Hong Kong Legislative Council. The Internet Socitey around the world offers its heartfelt congratulations to Charles and all our members who continue to work for an open and accessible Internet.
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