Jul 202012
 
 July 20, 2012  Non-U.S., Youth & Schools

Teaching students how to become spammers or disregard privacy? Seriously? Grace Yu reports on The Macau Daily Times:

A civil group petitioned yesterday to the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ) for sponsoring an IT course that teaches how to collect personal data and make commercial uses of it, including SMS advertisements, or electronic spam, which the activists said is an obviously infringement of privacy laws.

Before handing over the petition letter, addressed to DSEJ chief Leong Lai, the Concern Group on Commercial e-Spam had already referred the case to the Office for Personal Data Protection.

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