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To combat the problem of spam, the Infocomm Development Authority and the Attorney-General’s Chambers of Singapore jointly initiated a public consultation on 25th May 2004, resulting in the proposed Spam Control Bill (the “Bill”). The Bill (amended as a reulst of feedback) was presented for its first reading in Parliament on the 27th February 2007, a subsequent second reading on the 1st March 2007, and is now awaiting a third reading and enactment.
Unlike information relating to governmental matters which are expressly protected from unauthorised disclosure under the Official Secrets Act, information pertaining to individuals receives no such blanket legislative protection in Singapore. This articles explores this area of law.
Cloaking allows webserver administrators to draw a virtual curtain around a Web site to mask sensitive information from outsiders. It can make a website appears as if it has been abandoned to someone while to everyone else, the website appears as “business as usual”.
According to analysts, more than 57 million adults think that they have received a phishing email, while the Anti-Phishing Working Group estimates a 38 percent average monthly growth rate in phishing attacks.
This Model Code outlines the minimum requirements for the protection of personal information whether or not in the form of electronic data (“personal data”). The Model code was first drafted by the Legal Sub- Committee of the National Internet Advisory Committee (NIAC). It was subsequently opened for public consultation by the Media Development Authority (MDA) and the National Trust Council (NTC) in February 2002.
Problems with Metadata in Electronic Documents.
An article generally about phishing and similar activities. It is part of our Anti-Spam series and is adapted from an article in http://www.wikipedia.org.