Article by Ronald JJ Wong, Director, republished from website What’s the problem? A study found that more than half of employees steal confidential company information when they leave their employment. Data taken include customer email addresses and contact lists. Some of these may include personal data. Employees can use stolen data to solicit clients or […]
Rights of patent holders of articles in convoyed goods
Given the ubiquity of messages and data in today’s digitised workplace, consider implementing policies to comply with the PDPA and protect confidential information.
If your company is in substantial debt, facing financial distress, or becoming insolvent, consider the following points.
If you are a creditor of a Singapore company that has entered or is entering into liquidation or winding up due to insolvency or otherwise, these are some questions you might have.
Designers and deployers of AI systems must balance its benefits to society with the risk of harm or unfair outcomes. What are the relevant ethical principles that law and policy makers as well as AI system designers and deployers face? In this report, Ronald JJ Wong outlines the pertinent ethical considerations in the regulations surrounding the design and use of AI.
Apex court changed law to better protect confidential information in digital world
Review internal systems, repair legal foundations, and better position your business post-Circuit Breaker
The COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act 2020 was urgently passed in the Singapore Parliament yesterday (7 April 2020). If your business has been affected by COVID-19, consider if you may seek temporary relief under the new law or object to another party relying on such relief. If your organisation requires the conduct of meetings (e.g., Annual General Meetings), take note of alternative arrangements for the conduct of meetings which would be compliant with circuit breaker and other measures.
Should a contract for an alleged cybersquatter to transfer a domain name to a purchaser be held illegal or unenforceable for being contrary to public policy? The Singapore High Court in this case involving Grabtaxi Holdings Pte Ltd answered “Yes”.