Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has appointed a committee to conduct a comprehensive review of data security practices in the public sector. The committee, chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean, will assess data collection and protection measures, both by public sector agencies and third-party vendors. The review is in response to a series of data-related incidents, including unauthorised access to the personal information of 800,000 blood donors. The committee will submit its recommendations by November 30.
In an operation to reduce motoring offences, police officers and driving agencies pulled over and checked vehicles in the Black Country at a quiet industrial