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Daily Dashboard | Data protection and the gig economy in Singapore Related reading: Web con: 'Privacy Engineering Live — PBD in Practice'


The gig economy, boosted by the proliferation of digital platforms, has grown significantly in Singapore, and according to its former minister for manpower, it will continue to. Charmian Aw, CIPP/A, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, FIP, writes for Privacy Tracker, "As online marketplaces find innovative ways to tap into large pools of workers and customers through the harnessing of real-time information and personal data, they are able to generate increasingly efficient matches." This poses an important question: "Who is responsible for personal data in the gig economy?" Singapore's Personal Data Protection Act defines an "organization" to include any individual unless they're acting in a personal or domestic capacity, so is a gig worker as liable as the platform?
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