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New Commission's Decisions on 3 May 2018

03 May 2018

Financial penalties of $9,000 and $10,000 were imposed on AIG and NTUC Income respectively for failing to make reasonable security arrangements to prevent the unauthorised disclosure of customers' personal data. Separately, Habitat for Humanity was directed to undertake remedial actions for failing to put in place data protection policies and for failing to prevent unauthorised disclosure of its volunteers' personal data, among others.

Access the Grounds of Decisions here.



Last updated on 03 May 2018