‘Use technology to protect personal information’


Attorney General Tan Sri Tommy Thomas posing with Cuban Ambassador Ibete Fernandez Hernandez and her husband Jose Luis Camero Hernandez. At far right is British Council English Language Centre board of governors chairman S. Radhakrishnan..

PETALING JAYA: With privacy and safety issues being a concern with customers having to give personal details when they dine and shop, suggestions have been made to improve the SOP put in place.

Lawyer Srividhya Ganapathy said the authorities should come up with a better system using available technology to protect people from potential harassment and danger.

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