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Daily Dashboard | Prime Minister: SMS to 4 Million Didn't Violate Privacy Related reading: Controversial terrorism surveillance bill passes in Japan's lower house

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The Sun Daily reports that Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak says he did not violate people's personal privacy or the data protection law when he sent Chinese New Year messages to citizens. The four million messages were sent to three telecommunications companies for transmission, he said in response to inquiries. "The Prime Minister's Office has ensured that the principle of personal data protection was not compromised and the terms and conditions of the companies were fully respected," Najib said, adding that the prime minister had no access to any of the recipients' personal data.
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