A beginner’s guide to the Singapore PDPA — Privacy Ninja

Here’s a beginner’s guide to the Singapore PDPA, the Data Protection law of Singapore

A beginner’s guide to the Singapore PDPA

What is the Singapore PDPA?

There are 11 obligations under the PDPA that organizations must comply or risk the imposition of a financial penalty.
The PDPA is a data protection law passed on 15 October 2012 by the Parliament of Singapore.

The purpose of Singapore PDPA

PDPA is the one that regulates the collection, use, and disclosure of personal information about Singaporean citizens by various organizations.

What does the Singapore PDPA apply to?

What penalties result from PDPA non-compliance?

  • Destroy personal information gathered in violation of the PDPA.
  • Provide access to or correct personal data.
  • Pay a fine of up to 1 million Singapore dollars

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