Dominic Paulger

Policy Manager, Asia-Pacific and China

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Dominic is a Policy Manager in the Future of Privacy Forum’s Asia Pacific and China (APAC) office, where he conducts research and analyzes key trends in law, regulation, and policy relating to data protection, privacy, and emerging technologies in APAC and leads FPF’s projects and activities across the region.

Prior to joining FPF, Dominic worked in Amazon Web Services’ Global Public Policy team, where he developed strategic advocacy positions and materials to educate policymakers on a wide range of issues relating to data and the digital economy in Asia. He was also a research assistant for Dr. Clarisse Girot at the Asian Business Law Institute (ABLI), where he contributed to a major publication on legal convergence for cross-border transfers of personal data in Asia: “Transferring Personal Data in Asia: A path to legal certainty and regional convergence.” Dominic earned a J.D. from Singapore Management University and a B.A. from King’s College, London.”

Posts by Dominic

What to Expect from the Review of Australia’s Privacy Act
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appa forum recap blog
Event Report: FPF APAC and ABLI Report Launch Event and Panel on sidelines of 58th Asia Pacific Privacy Authorities (APPA) Forum in Singapore
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Indonesia’s Personal Data Protection Bill: Overview, Key Takeaways, and Context
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