Singapore must return data control to users to regain public trust

Singapore repeatedly has emphasised the need for trust so the adoption of new technology can thrive, but its provision for widening business access to user data — amidst continuing security breaches and slips — poses worrying risks ahead. There is urgent need to ensure users have stronger control of their personal data, especially as the government itself will need to restore public trust following a major gaffe involving the country’s COVID-19 contact tracing efforts.

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