Proposal To Introduce Data Privacy Legislation In Singapore

The Singapore Government has indicated its intention to introduce data privacy legislation to take effect as early as 2012. The government has stated that the aim of the legislation will be to protect individuals’ personal data against unauthorised use and disclosure for profit and the legislation will likely introduce consent requirements in relation to the disclosure of personal data. A Data Protection Council is expected to be set up to administer compliance with the new legislation.

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