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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | PDPC fines companies $75K for personal data lapses and other enforcement updates Related reading: A view from DC: The gossip test for sensitive data



  • Singapore’s data protection authority, the Personal Data Protection Commission, fined several companies a total of $75,000 for lapses affecting personal data of more than 600,000 people, including 98,000 Ministry of Defence staff and Singapore Armed Forces servicemen, The Straits Times reports.
  • New Zealand’s Office of the Privacy Commissioner released a blog on its process in settling Privacy Act breach complaints. The OPC explains how the investigative process works, how settlements are facilitated and what happens if a settlement cannot be reached.

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