oBike customers may have limited legal recourse over any sale of their personal data

oBike consumers may have little legal recourse over any unauthorised sale and disclosure of their personal data.
oBike consumers may have little legal recourse over any unauthorised sale and disclosure of their personal data. ST PHOTO: YEN MENG JIIN

SINGAPORE - On top of potentially losing their deposits, oBike customers may also find that their personal data, which was collected by the bicycle-sharing company, has been transferred to a new owner.

This is because, when oBike undergoes liquidation, customer data can be transferred as part of the business assets for sale under the law, said legal experts.

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