Privacy Advisor

Singapore’s do-not-call registry consultation paper

12.01.2011
On 13 September, the Ministry of Information, Communications and The Arts (MICA) released a public consultation paper on the proposed consumer data protection regime. The paper included the question of whether Singapore should also set up a do-not-call registry (DNC), and the overwhelming indication was that Singapore needs such a registry.

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