Reasonably, people should know how we obtained personal data and recognizing the 7 Principles

Personal Data Protection prescribed by the PDPA, 2010 (Act 709) ie:-


7 Personal Data Protection Principles which must be adhered to under section 5 (1) of the Act & nbsp; The 709-by

maintaining the integrity of personal data :-


• First –  General Principles in which a consumer is not allowed to process personal data

of someone else without permission. Understanding the process here should be understood as

the control of data through automated means or methods or computing or any other process.


• Second - must comply with the Principles of Notice and Choice in which information and destination prefix notified

  to data subjects concerned.


• Third - Disclosure Principle destination is a subject of personal data in order to identify the purposes for

  which personal data are to be disclosed.


• Fourth -  Principles of Safety & ndash; when processing personal data any subject, taking

  steps to keep the data safe, non-modified, misused or given to the parties

  that do not concerned.


• Fifth  - Retention Principle: The personal data shall not be kept in any

  processing over the time limit required.


• Sixth  -  Data Integrity Principle & ndash; any personal data ascertained so accurate, complete, not misleading

  and meets the intent of the latest data is stored and processed.


• Seventh - Access Principle: a person shall be entitled to access personal data held by a

  data user and also can correct it in order to update its data.


  Therefore  Malaysians in particular should be aware of their rights according to the principles

  contained in the Act.