Political Agenda — Privacy Breaches in a “Smart Nation”

Author: New Naratif
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On 28 January, Singapore’s Ministry of Health revealed that the personal data of 14,200 people living with HIV had been leaked. The news has drawn attention to both the stigma against HIV and concerns over data collection and protection in Singapore.

In this episode, we speak to Avin Tan of Action For AIDS and software engineer Chong Kai Xiong.

Chong Kai Xiong and PJ Thum - New Naratif
Chong Kai Xiong New Naratif
Avin Tan - New Naratif
Avin Tan New Naratif

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