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ZDNet Asia reports on Singapore's ongoing review of its data protection system, which the government began four years ago in an effort to assess suitable frameworks. A spokeswoman for the Ministry for Information, Communications and the Arts (MICA) said the government has been reviewing the need for a general data protection law, its implications on consumers, businesses and the country's national interests, the report states, adding, "As the issues involved are multi-faceted with extensive impact on all stakeholders, the review is ongoing." One legal expert said an area of concern in determining an appropriate framework is the cost a data protection law would impose on organizations and businesses.
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