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Published 9 June 2016
With the aim of providing businesses with greater clarity as to how to respond to data access requests, the Singapore Personal Data Protection Commission issued on 9 June its 'Guide to Handling Access Requests' (the "Guide").
The Guide aims to assist organisations in complying with their legal obligations under the Singapore Personal Data Protection Act 2012 ("PDPA") when processing, rejecting and recording data access requests.
The Guide covers key elements such as:
The Guide is in a business-friendly format and organisations should use it to review, update and put in place processes, to ensure compliance with the PDPA.
The Guide can be accessed here.
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