Public Consultations to date:
Public Consultation on the Proposed Business Operation of the Do Not Call Registry
The Public Consultation on the business operation proposed for the Do Not Call (DNC) registry has closed on 14 June 2013.
The Consultation Paper sought views from the public on the business operation proposed for the Do Not Call (DNC) registry for individuals and organisations to be made under the Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (PDPA).
This consultation focuses on two major groups of users - individuals and organisations. It includes:
- The methods and requirements on how an individual can register his telephone number with the DNC registry; and
- The process of how an organisation can access and check the DNC registry, the format of results returned and the proposed charges levied.
Comments on this consultation paper should be submitted in Word document and organised as follows:
- Cover page (including particulars of the organisation and contact person);
- Summary of major points;
- Comments; and
Supporting material may be placed in an Annex.
All submissions should be clearly and concisely written, and should provide a reasoned explanation for any proposed revisions. Where feasible, parties should identify the specific section on which they are commenting and explain the basis for their proposals.
The deadline for the public consultation has been extended. Interested parties may submit their Consultation Paper to email@example.com by 14 June 2013 (5pm) with the email header “Public Consultation on Proposed Business Operation of the DNC Registry”.
Please note that the PDPC reserves the right to make public all or parts of any written submission and to disclose the identity of the source.
Participate in our Snap Polls on the DNC business operations for individuals here and organisations here.
Public Consultation on Proposed Regulations and Advisory Guidelines
For more information on the final Advisory Guidelines issued, please click here.
The Public Consultation on the positions proposed for the Regulations and Advisory Guidelines to be made under the Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (PDPA) has closed on 1 April 2013.
The Consultation Papers sought views from the public on the positions proposed for the Regulations and Advisory Guidelines to be made under the Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (PDPA).
There were three sets of documents issued for public consultation:
- Proposed Regulations under the PDPA
- Proposed Advisory Guidelines for Key Concepts in the PDPA
- Proposed Advisory Guidelines on Selected Topics
Interested parties were invited to submit their views on the Consultation Papers from 7 February to 1 April 2013.