The Infocomm Media Development Authority and Singapore's Personal Data Protection Commission have revealed the Trusted Data Sharing Framework, ZDNet reports. IMDA said the framework contains content from existing PDPC guides on personal data while outlining a new fundamental approach to more comprehensive considerations for establishing trusted data-sharing partnerships. The goal of the framework is to establish consumer confidence that data will be effectively safeguarded. "The intent of the framework is that, with stronger safeguards and clarity on regulatory compliance, consumers will be more ready to share their data and consequently benefit from more personalised goods and services," IMDA said in a statement.
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