Data subjects are entitled to access to the data held by the data users and allow to make corrections if it is discovered the data is inaccurate under Data Protection Principle 6 (“DPP6”)
Another area of public concern is the security of data processing. Data loss not only will cause serious disruption to daily business operation, but also make company properties vanish in a split second.
“Personal data shall not, without the prescribed consent of the data subject, be used for a new purpose.” (DPP3(1))
All practicable steps shall be taken to ensure personal data is accurate having regard to the purpose for which the data is or is to be used
Personal data must be collected by lawful and fair means for lawful purpose directly related to a function or activity of those who are to use the data. Data collected shall only be necessary but not excessive in relation to the said purpose.
Given the technological advancement, it seems like collection, disclosure and use is no longer under our control. Demands for relevant laws and regulations around the world are becoming inevitable.
Not only is it important for parties to choose the right mediator for their situation, it’s equally important that the parties find the right style of mediation that best fits their specific needs.
In order to maximize the likelihood of achieving a successful outcome, it’s important to understand the role each step plays in helping to guide the parties towards resolution.
In order to maximize the chance of obtaining a successful outcome, there are several best practices to consider both before and during any mediation session.
While mediation and arbitration are both attractive alternatives to traditional litigation, it is important to know the key differences of each method before deciding which option is best for your dispute resolution needs.