MPs concerned over privacy of hotel guests

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 09 Jul 2019

The budget hotel and online booking platform operator reached the valuation having secured $180 million from U.S. peer Booking Holdings Inc and Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC Pte Ltd, Yanolja confirmed on Tuesday. (A couple looks at South Korea's accommodation-booking app on a mobile phone during a photo opportunity in Seoul, South Korea. Filepic)

SEVERAL Barisan Nasional lawmakers expressed concern over how the privacy of hotel guests can be improved after security video recordings of a man resembling a politician was leaked to the public.

The MPs want privacy protection to be improved for hotel guests during the debate on the Consumer Protection (Amendment) Bill 2019.

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