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Singapore's privacy watchdog, the Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC), caused a minor furore on Monday last week when it said cab and private-hire car drivers can use passenger-facing video cameras as a way to deter fare cheats and abusive passengers.
That bit of information was contained in its new guidelines on in-vehicle recording by transport service providers.
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