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Protection From Online Falsehoods And Manipulation Act – An Overview
The Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act ("POFMA") was passed by ​Parliament on 8 May 2019 after a vigorous debate in Parliament.
Singapore
26 Jul 2019
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Women In Sport: What It Means To Have A Mentor In Your Corner
In the second post of our #WomenWinning campaign we talk to Annabel Pennefather, former captain of the Singapore hockey team
Singapore
24 Jun 2019
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Curbing Deliberate Online Falsehoods - A Step In The Right Direction?
As was aptly summarized in the Green Paper entitled "Deliberate Online Falsehoods: Challenges and Implications" published by the Singapore Ministry of Communications and Information and the Ministry of Law, ...
Singapore
27 May 2019
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Singapore Introduces New Law To Combat The Spread Of Fake News
On 1 April 2019, the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Bill was tabled in Singapore's Parliament.
Singapore
11 Apr 2019
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Singapore Hotels Fined For Exchanging Commercially Sensitive Information Over WhatsApp
On 30 January 2019, the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore imposed a fine of S$1,522,354 on the owners and operators of the following hotels in Singapore for engaging in anti-competitive conduct:
Singapore
20 Feb 2019
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Singapore Announces Series Of Initiatives To Boost Cybersecurity In The Telecoms Sector
Singapore has set up a new Telecom Cybersecurity Strategic Committee (TCSC) to develop a plan to tackle ‘next-generation cyber threats' in the telecommunications sector.
Singapore
31 Jan 2019
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Financial Penalty Imposed For Failure To Protect Personal Data On Website
On 22 January 2019, Singapore's Personal Data Protection Commission issued its grounds of decision against COURTS (Singapore) Pte Ltd (Courts), a consumer electronics and furniture retailer in Singapore.
Singapore
25 Jan 2019
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How To Avoid A $1m Fine: 5 Key Learnings From The SingHealth Cyber Breach
Singapore's Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC) has imposed one of its biggest fines to date against the Integrated Health Information Systems (IHiS) ...
Singapore
21 Jan 2019
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"Worst Breach Of Personal Data In Singapore's History" Attracts Highest Penalties Totalling S$1 Million
On 14 January 2019, Singapore's Personal Data Protection Commission issued its grounds of decision against Singapore Health Services Pte. Ltd.
Singapore
21 Jan 2019
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Staying Power - Finding The Best Model For Investing In Hotel And Resort Developments
Owning a hotel or resort may be a dream. Once you have fallen in love with a project, which is often a prerequisite, there is much to consider such as location, segment, size, service concept,
Singapore
14 Jan 2019
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Singapore Data Protection Commission Issues Warning For "Heat Of The Moment" Disclosure Of Personal Data
On November 28, 2018, Singapore's Personal Data Protection Commission (commission) issued its grounds of decision against Big Bubble Centre (respondent), a sole-proprietorship in the scuba-diving...
Singapore
30 Nov 2018
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Singapore To Adopt New Legislation On Unsolicited Commercial Messages, And Enhanced Practical Guidance Framework For Data Protection
On 8 November, 2018, Singapore's Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC) issued its response to feedback received on a public consultation paper.
Singapore
13 Nov 2018
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Singapore Data Protection Commission Fines Carpooling Service And LAN Gaming Centre
Two businesses have been fined a total of S$13,000 for breaching Singapore's data protection law.
Singapore
9 Oct 2018
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No Harm, No Foul: Singapore High Court Reaffirms Need To Prove Prejudice To Refuse Enforcement Of Award
In Sanum Investments Limited v ST Group Co, Ltd [2018] SGHC 141, the Singapore High Court reaffirmed that proving prejudice is an essential element when resisting an application ...
Singapore
10 Aug 2018
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How To: Do Business In The Middle East And Asia During Ramadan
Cultural sensitivity should be factored in to international business dealings at any time of year, but particularly during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Worldwide
20 Jun 2017
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The Benefits And Drawbacks Of Liquidated Damages Clauses
If a management agreement is wrongfully terminated by a property owner—an event which occurs with increasing frequency in developing jurisdictions—the operator's usual remedy will be to sue...
Singapore
5 Dec 2016
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IOSCO Crowdfunding 2015 Survey Responses Report
In late Dec 2015, the International Organization of Securities Commissions released a report summarising its findings following a survey of twenty three IOSCO members concerning regulation of crowdfunding.
Singapore
19 Feb 2016
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Electronic Bills Of Lading: Another Step Forward!
ETS and e-bills seek to replicate the existing legal framework of paper bills by express contractual agreement.
Singapore
12 Jan 2016
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CJC Working Group On Impact Of Jackson Reforms
A new Civil Justice Council (CJC) working group has been set up for the purpose of advising the CJC on issues arising from the implementation of the Jackson reforms to civil procedure.
Singapore
6 Jan 2015
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New Guidelines For Food Advertising To Children
The Committee on Guidelines for Food Advertising to Children has issued new ‘Guidelines for Food Advertising to Children’ aimed at reducing children’s exposure to advertisements relating to food and beverages which are high in fat, sugar and salt content.
Singapore
29 Dec 2014
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