February 18, 2015 Featured News, Laws, Non-U.S.
Mark Parsons and Peter Colegate write:
2014 was a very eventful year for data privacy regulation in Asia and there are reasons to believe that 2015 will represent a turning point for the region as established privacy regimes are toughened and new regimes enacted in recent years begin to mature.
The past year saw a number of significant regulatory developments, in particular the implementation of new, comprehensive “European-style” privacy laws in Singapore and Malaysia, the amendment of China’s consumer protection law to include data privacy principles and increased financial penalties in South Korea.
Read more on Hogan Lovells Chronicle of Data Protection.
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