The Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (PDPA)
is a data protection law administered and enforced by the
Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC). Singapore’s PDPA
governs the collection, use, disclosure, and care of
personal data as described in
the quick guide to the PDPA.
At the center of the PDPA are
the 9 main data protection obligations including
consent, purpose limitation, notification, access and
correction, accuracy, protection, retention, transfer, and
We have created a whitepaper intended to help our customers
understand the PDPA and how Google Cloud implements data
privacy and security capabilities to store, process,
maintain, and secure customer data in a way that aids
customers in meeting their PDPA obligations.