Businesses in the dark over the PDPA


PETALING JAYA: As a wedding planner, Marcus Tan has a collection of pictures and videos of his clients’ weddings. With the enforcement of the Personal Data Protection Act, he is worried that he may be breaking the law by keeping them.

“In essence, my understanding of how the Act applies to me is that I am not supposed to keep or be found having any copy of the personal data of my clientele, without their consent.

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