Dec 092013
 December 9, 2013  Posted by  Featured News, Laws, Non-U.S.

Asia Pacific countries have made massive strides to improve their  data protection regime with Singapore particularly repositioning itself as a leading data hub in the region, according to research by law firm Taylor Wessing.

The firm analysed how countries globally were reacting to data protection and found the greatest shift in the Asia Pacific region. Singapore’s companies have until 2 July 2014 to make their data processes compliance with the country’s recently enacted data protection law.

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