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Data Protection Leader

Interview: Deputy Commissioner Yeong Zee Kin of the Personal Data Protection Commission

Singapore, famed for its globalised economy, legal stability and tech-readiness, passed the Personal Data Protection Act (‘PDPA’) in 2012, which also established the Personal Data Protection Commission (‘PDPC’). The PDPC serves as Singapore’s main authority in personal data protection, formulating and implementing policies to help organisations comply with the PDPA. In this article, Data Protection Leader speaks with the Deputy Commissioner of the PDPC, Mr Yeong Zee Kin, about the PDPC’s plans for the future and its achievements to date.

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