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Singapore's data regulator eyes fine increase to 10 percent of national turnover

By Ben Lucas
  • 24 Jan 2020 00:21
  • 02 Jun 2020 00:18

Singapore is looking at increasing the maximum fine for data-protection failures from S$1 million ($741,000) to 10 percent of a company's national turnover, the country's 's data-privacy regulator told MLex.

The regulator recently announced fines against six companies for breaching the country's Personal Data Protection Act, of PDPC, including fining Singapore-listed Creative Technology.

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