Personal Data Protection Commission of Singapore

Assistant Director, Team Lead of the Investigations Unit

Lanx GOH is the Team Lead for Investigation at the Personal Data Protection Commission, Singapore, and is presently also involved in the review process of the Personal Data Protection Act. He will be appointed as an Adjunct Assistant Professor and Adjunct Lecturer with National University of Singapore (NUS) Faculty of Law and Singapore Management University School of Law respectively where he will be developing and co-teaching the Data Privacy Law courses. He is also one of the authors for the 2nd Edition of Simon Chesterman (ed), Data Protection Law in Singapore: Privacy and Sovereignty in an Interconnected World. By invitations, he had published articles for peer-reviewed journals in Japan, Singapore and the United Kingdom on privacy, data protection and cybersecurity laws as well as international commercial litigation and arbitration. He had also spoken at various conferences and seminars such as Data Privacy Asia, IAPP Asia Privacy Forum, NUS CLE Seminar Series and Customer Privacy & Data Protection Asia Summit. Lanx Goh is an advocate and solicitor of the Singapore Supreme Court, an accredited mediator of the Singapore Mediation Centre and the Singapore International Mediation Institute, and a Fellow of Information Privacy of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). He graduated with a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Birmingham, a Master of Laws (awarded additional Certificate of Specialization in Law and Technology) from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Master of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Oxford. He holds multiple professional privacy certificates, viz. CIPP/US, CIPP/EU, CIPP/Asia and CIPM.


Contributions by Lanx Goh