Breach of the Protection and Accountability Obligations by Nature Society (Singapore) 14 Jan 2022

A financial penalty of $14,000 was imposed on Nature Society (Singapore) for breaches of the PDPA. First, the organisation failed to put in place reasonable measures to protect personal data on its website database. Second, it did not appoint a data protection officer. Lastly, it did not have written policies and practices necessary to comply with the PDPA.

Case No. DP-2011-B7351

Read more about this decision from Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Commission.

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