On June 26, 2019, the Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA) and the Personal Data Protection Commission (“PDPC”) announced the first comprehensive Fiduciary Data Sharing Framework (“Framework”) to facilitate the exchange of trusted data between organizations. For the purposes of the framework, “data” refers to both personal and commercial data. By “data exchange” we mean the disclosure of data between organizations or the exchange of data within an organization, for example between the different departments of the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF). Data intermediaries who process personal data under a written contract with and for the purposes of an organisation are largely excluded from the PDPA and are only subject to the security and retention obligations it provides. One of them is considered to be in accordance with consent where an individual voluntarily provides personal data for specific purposes and it is appropriate for him or her to provide personal data. COVID-19 has put retail in front of a number of business change challenges. Dr. Yuping Liu-Thompkins collaborates with David King and Dr. Bonnie Holub of Teradata to get a strong case for the. The Government of Singapore is setting up an advisory committee on the “ethical use of artificial intelligence and data” and recommending codes of conduct and governance.
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