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Asia-Pacific Dashboard Digest | Commissioner Raises Concerns About Amendment Bill Related reading: Get the full picture on PIAs and DPIAs

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Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data Allan Chiang has expressed concerns about specific language in the Personal Data (Privacy) (Amendment) Bill 2011, according to a press release. Chiang's concerns "are predominantly related to the regulation of the use of personal data for direct marketing and transfer/sale to third parties." Additional concerns expressed by Chiang include the commencement date pertaining to a grandfathering arrangement; written and oral indication of no objection, and tracing the source of personal data. "I have repeatedly urged the administration to confer on the data subjects a right to be informed of the source of their personal data by direct marketers, but to no avail," Chiang said. "I urge the administration to favorably reconsider the proposal."
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