Singapore Strives to Protect Consumer Data
By Xue Zhang
Like many governments, Singapore has enacted data privacy laws. But can consumers solely rely on the government or businesses for protection?
Bjorka, the Online Hacker Trying To Take Down the Indonesian Government
By Aisyah Llewellyn
With a series of high-profile hacks, the as-yet unidentified culprit has highlighted yawning gaps in the nation's cyber defenses.
As Cyber Threats Grow, Indonesia’s Data Protection Efforts Are Falling Short
By Estey Chen
Bureaucratic rivalry and overlapping mandates have prevented the country from pushing ahead with a planned data protection bill.
Artificial Intelligence and Big Data in the Indo-Pacific
By Jongsoo Lee
An interview with Simon Chesterman.
4 New Data Protection Trends in India Jeopardize Innovation
By Nikhil Sud
A draft data protection bill may put a straightjacket on innovation in India.
Did Japan Get What It Wanted From the Osaka G20 Summit?
By Daniel Hurst
Evaluating PM Abe’s sideline diplomacy and Japan’s pursuit of previously stated goals.
GDPR Is Just the Beginning: India May Pose New Challenges
By Manpreet Anand and Nikhil Sud
India is crafting its own data protection regime, which will pose new challenges.
Waiting for China’s Data Protection Law
By George G. Chen and Tiffany G. Wong
The lack of a unified legal framework may hamper China’s ongoing digitalization drive.