New PDPC guidelines on cloud services, data intermediaries, and access requests

As the issues surrounding data protection become increasingly complex, in recent years the advisory guidelines (Guidelines) issued by the Personal Data Protection Commission of Singapore (PDPC) have been invaluable in guiding corporations on the scope and implementation of the Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (PDPA).

Whilst the Guidelines are not legally binding, they are issued pursuant to section 49(1) of the PDPA, which requires them to be indicative of the manner in which the PDPC will interpret the PDPA – as such, they reflect the PDPC's approach and attitude to the PDPA.

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