College operator first to be hauled to court under PDP Act

KUALA LUMPUR: College operator Khas Cergas Sdn Bhd is the first to be hauled to court for running afoul of the Personal Data Protection (PDP) Act 2010.

The company, which owns Victoria International College in Jalan Ipoh, was charged with processing the personal data of the college’s former maintenance technician, A. Marimuthu, 39, without a certificate of registration issued by the Personal Data Protection Commissioner.

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