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The Personal Data Protection Act 2010 (PDPA) which is now in force in Malaysia imposes controls on anyone who collects, retains, uses, or transfers personal data. The Act has vast implications for personal information privacy as it introduces new principles for the processing of data whilst conferring rights to individuals on their personal information. The Act applies to everyone other than the Government, including educational institutions, journalists, and academics.
The Act requires organizations and even individuals to reexamine current practices in the maintenance, storing and sharing of personal information of employees, customers and clients. Among other matters, organizations will now have to consider consumer access to information as a statutory right and not one regulated by the contract between a consumer and the organization. Staff handling and dealing with the personal information of consumers are also bound by these new provisions.
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