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Enacting Formula

Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION COMMISSION AND ADMINISTRATION

Part III GENERAL RULES WITH RESPECT TO PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA

Part IV COLLECTION, USE AND DISCLOSURE OF PERSONAL DATA

Division 1 — Consent

Division 2 — Purpose

Part V ACCESS TO AND CORRECTION OF PERSONAL DATA

Part VI CARE OF PERSONAL DATA

Part VII ENFORCEMENT OF PARTSĀ III TO VI

Part VIII APPEALS TO DATA PROTECTION APPEAL COMMITTEE, HIGH COURT AND COURT OF APPEAL

Part IX DO NOT CALL REGISTRY

Division 1 — Preliminary

Division 2 — Administration

Division 3 — Specified message to Singapore telephone number

Part X GENERAL

FIRST SCHEDULE Repealed

SECOND SCHEDULE Collection of personal data without consent

THIRD SCHEDULE Use of personal data without consent

FOURTH SCHEDULE Disclosure of personal data without consent

FIFTH SCHEDULE Exceptions from access requirement

SIXTH SCHEDULE Exceptions from correction requirement

SEVENTH SCHEDULE Constitution and proceedings of Data Protection Appeal Panel and Data Protection Appeal Committees

EIGHTH SCHEDULE Exclusion from meaning of "specified message"

NINTH SCHEDULE Powers of investigation of Commission and Inspectors

 
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Division 2 — Administration
Register
39.
—(1)  The Commission shall cause to be kept and maintained one or more registers of Singapore telephone numbers, each known as a Do Not Call Register, for the purposes of this Part.
(2)  Each register shall be kept in such form and shall contain such particulars as the Commission thinks fit.
(3)  The Commission may authorise another person to maintain any register, on its behalf, subject to such conditions or restrictions as the Commission may think fit.
Applications
40.
—(1)  A subscriber may apply to the Commission, in the form and manner prescribed —
(a)
to add his Singapore telephone number to a register; or
(b)
to remove his Singapore telephone number from a register.
(2)  Any person may apply to the Commission, in the form and manner required by the Commission, to confirm whether any Singapore telephone number is listed in a register.
Evidence
41.  A certificate purporting to be signed by the Chief Executive of the Authority or an authorised officer and stating that a Singapore telephone number was or was not listed in a register at a date specified in the certificate shall be admissible as evidence of its contents in any proceedings.
Information on terminated Singapore telephone number
42.
—(1)  Every telecommunications service provider shall report to the Commission, in the form and manner prescribed, all terminated Singapore telephone numbers.
(2)  A telecommunications service provider which contravenes subsection (1) shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $10,000.
(3)  In this section, “terminated Singapore telephone number” means —
(a)
a Singapore telephone number to which the following apply:
(i)
the Singapore telephone number which has been allocated to a subscriber;
(ii)
the telecommunications service associated with the Singapore telephone number has been terminated by the subscriber or telecommunications service provider; and
(iii)
the Singapore telephone number has not been allocated to a different subscriber; or
(b)
any other telephone numbers and circumstances as may be prescribed.
(4)  For the purpose of subsection (1), where —
(a)
a Singapore telephone number has been allocated to a subscriber by a telecommunications service provider (referred to in this subsection as the first provider);
(b)
the telecommunications service associated with the Singapore telephone number has been terminated by the subscriber;
(c)
the subscriber contracts for a telecommunications service associated with the Singapore telephone number with another telecommunications service provider (referred to in this subsection as the subsequent provider);
(d)
the telecommunications service referred to in paragraph (c) has been terminated by the subscriber or the subsequent provider; and
(e)
the Singapore telephone number has not subsequently been allocated to any subscriber,
it shall be the responsibility of the first provider to satisfy subsection (1).
(5)  Without prejudice to the obligations of the telecommunications service provider under subsections (1) to (4), the Commission shall pay the prescribed fees to the telecommunications service provider for each terminated Singapore telephone number reported to the Commission in accordance with this section.