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In collaboration with Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC) and the Asian Business Law Institute (Singapore).
In Asia like elsewhere, obtaining the user’s consent has long been considered the basis of any regulatory and compliance approach to data protection. Today, this approach is called into question, and alternatives exist which hold many promises. This seminar brings together some of the best regional experts who will identify the challenges posed by the extensive use of notice & consent in the Asia Pacific.
They will analyze existing alternatives like “legitimate interests” or similar concepts, and explore the diversity of solutions that policymakers may use to create a sustainable balance between accountability and individual protection in APAC.
|Program (Please note: All times are in SGT)|
2:00 pm – Introduction
2:05 pm – Opening Remarks
2:15 pm – Panel 1: Switching from a consent-centric approach to privacy accountability: a comparative view of APAC data protection laws
3:00 pm – Panel 2: Shaping choices in the digital world: how consent can become meaningful again
3:50pm – Concluding Remarks
4:00pm – End of Program