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SMS sender scheme expanded

The Office of the Communications Authority (OFCA) announced today that the SMS Sender Registration Scheme is now open for application by all sectors to further help the public verify the identities of SMS senders, with a view to combatting SMS fraud.   Apart from further opening up the scheme, the OFCA said it welcomes public and private organisations from various industries with a practical need to communicate with customers or clients via SMS to join the scheme.   Under the scheme, only registered senders are able to send SMS messages using their registered SMS sender IDs with the prefix “#”. All other SMS messages with sender IDs containing “#” but not sent by registered senders will be blocked by the telecommunications networks.   As such, the public can easily identify whether an SMS message is received from a registered sender by the prefix “#” in the SMS sender ID.   The OFCA reminds citizens to stay highly vigilant when receiving SMS messages from unknown sender

Tse Chin-wan to join climate summit

Secretary for Environment & Ecology Tse Chin-wan will depart for Dubai tomorrow to join the Chinese delegation to attend the 28th Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.

 

Mr Tse will attend the high-level segment, side events and other activities of COP28.

 

He will also hold bilateral meetings with other conference representatives and attend the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group's steering committee meeting to introduce Hong Kong's Climate Action Plan 2050 and the latest policies and measures adopted by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government to combat climate change.

 

Commissioner for Climate Change Wong Chuen-fai and Environment & Ecology Bureau officers will join the visit. Permanent Secretary for Financial Services & the Treasury (Financial Services) Salina Yan will also take part to promote Hong Kong's advantages and latest developments of green and sustainable finance.

 

Mr Tse will return to Hong Kong on December 7. During his absence, Under Secretary for Environment & Ecology Diane Wong will be Acting Secretary. 


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