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As ScienTec adheres to the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA), Singapore, we require your authorisation to collect and release your resume to our clients. The Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) establishes a data protection law that comprises various rules governing the collection, use, disclosure and care of personal data. It recognises both the rights of individuals to protect their personal data, including rights of access and correction, and the needs of organisations to collect, use or disclose personal data for legitimate and reasonable purposes – for more information, visit www.pdpc.gov.sg/personal-data-protection-act.
1. Consent Obligation
Only collect, use or disclose personal data for purposes for which an individual has given his or her consent. Allow individuals to withdraw consent, with reasonable notice, and inform them of the likely consequences of withdrawal. Upon withdrawal of consent to the collection, use or disclosure for any purpose, your organisation must cease such collection, use or disclosure of the personal data.
2. Purpose Limitation Obligation
An organisation may collect, use or disclose personal data about an individual for the purposes that a reasonable person would consider appropriate in the circumstances and for which the individual has given consent. An organisation may not, as a condition of providing a product or service, require the individual to consent to the collection, use or disclosure of his or her personal data beyond what is reasonable to provide that product or service.
3. Notification Obligation
Notify individuals of the purposes for which your organisation is intending to collect, use or disclose their personal data on or before such collection, use or disclosure of personal data.
4. Access and Correction Obligation
Upon request, the personal data of an individual and information about the ways in which his or her personal data has been or may have been used or disclosed within a year before the request should be provided. However, organisations are prohibited from providing an individual access if the provision of the personal data or other information could reasonably be expected to:
- cause immediate or grave harm to the individual’s safety or physical or mental health;
- threaten the safety or physical or mental health of another individual;
- reveal personal data about another individual;
- reveal the identity of another individual who has provided the personal data, and the individual has not consented to the disclosure of his or her identity; or
- be contrary to national interest.
Organisations are also required to correct any error or omission in an individual’s personal data upon his or her request. Unless your organisation is satisfied on reasonable grounds that the correction should not be made, your organisation should correct the personal data as soon as practicable and send the corrected data to other organisations to which the personal data was disclosed within a year before the correction is made (or, with the individual's consent, only to selected organisations).
5. Accuracy Obligation
Make reasonable effort to ensure that personal data collected by or on behalf of your organisation is accurate and complete, if it is likely to be used to make a decision that affects the individual, or if it is likely to be disclosed to another organisation.
6. Protection Obligation
Make reasonable security arrangements to protect the personal data that your organisation possesses or controls to prevent unauthorised access, collection, use, disclosure or similar risks.
7. Retention Limitation Obligation
Cease retention of personal data or remove the means by which the personal data can be associated with particular individuals when it is no longer necessary for any business or legal purpose.
8. Transfer Limitation Obligation Transfer personal data to another country only according to the requirements prescribed under the regulations, to ensure that the standard of protection provided to the personal data so transferred will be comparable to the protection under the PDPA, unless exempted by the PDPC.
9. Openness Obligation
You may contact our Data Protection Officer if you have any enquiries or feedback on our personal data protection policies and procedures; or if you wish to make any request, in the following manner:
Data Protection Officer
Address: 10 Hoe Chiang Road, Keppel Towers
#13-04/05, Singapore 089315
Contact No: 6225 3272
Further to the policy, you understand and agree to allow ScienTec to disclose your information, anonymously, to third parties. ScienTec will not disclose to any third party your specific particulars without your prior consent, except to the extent necessary or appropriate to comply with applicable laws or in legal proceedings where such information is relevant. ScienTec also reserves the right to offer third party services and products to you based on the preferences that you indicate at the time of registration or any time thereafter. ScienTec however, is not responsible for the quality of nor liable for any shortcomings in these third party offerings.
When using ScienTec sites, you may not use them for any purpose that is in violation of applicable laws or regulation such as infringing intellectual property rights, compromising the privacy of others, uploading defamatory, obscene or abusive posts, etc.
In addition, violations and attempted violations to the security of these sites will be investigated fully and reported to the relevant authorities, which may result in civil or criminal liability. These include the unauthorised accessing of data, interfering with any of the site’s services, attempting to probe and test the system’s vulnerability, introducing viruses, attempting to spam its users, crashing the site/s, etc.
Do note that all content of the ScienTec sites; logos, pictures, designs, text, backend coding, etc, are the exclusive property of ScienTec Consulting Pte Ltd or its content suppliers or clients, and are protected under Singapore and international copyright, trademark, and intellectual property laws. You may not use, reproduce, distribute, sell or modify the content in any way for any public or commercial purpose that infringes upon ScienTec’s intellectual property rights.
You agree and acknowledge that your use and access of the ScienTec sites shall be at your sole risk, responsibility and consequences. ScienTec assumes no liability nor responsibility for any inaccuracies in content, unauthorised access to its sites and stored information, interruption of services due to technical failure, etc. ScienTec also does not warrant, endorse, guarantee, or assume responsibility for any product or service advertised or offered by a third party through its sites or via any associated or hyperlinked website.