Learn about Singapore’s privacy law with this whiteboard by Professor Daniel Solove. This whiteboard summarizes Singapore’s Privacy Act in just 1 page! Fill out the form below to download the PDF.
About Singapore’s Privacy Law
Data privacy in Singapore is largely regulated by the Personal Data Protection Act – or PDPA for short. The law was passed in 2012 and went into effect in phases from 2013 to 2014. The PDPA doesn’t cover government agencies or organizations, for whom there are separate but comparable rules. The PDPA has been clarified and elaborated upon by non-binding advisory guidelines, sector-specific guidelines, and cases. In 2020, the PDPA was amended to add data breach notification, a right to data portability, and stronger enforcement powers.
About the Worldwide Privacy Law Project
Professor Solove is developing training materials on the privacy laws of countries around the world. New materials are being added on an ongoing basis. In addition to whiteboards, we have privacy law courses for many countries, each about 15-20 minutes long.
Use of the Singapore Privacy Law Whiteboard
Personal Use: Singapore’s privacy law whiteboard is similar to the whiteboards created by Professor Solove for the CCPA, GDPR, HIPAA, FERPA, and the LGPD. The whiteboard is free for personal use – fill out the form below to access it. Please provide the required information below to access the 8.5 x 11 PDF handout for your personal use.
Professional Uses: For other uses of the whiteboard, such as workforce awareness, presentations, posters, etc., please contact us to discuss pricing and logistics.